March 1, 2021
Sports News

Steelers TE Eric Ebron confirms second-half game plan wasn’t improv – Steelers Wire

When the Pittsburgh Steelers came out of the locker room after halftime on Sunday, they turned up their offense to 11 and put on a show. The Steelers were down 21-7 to start the second half and looked lost. But then quarterback Ben Roethlisberger took over, throwing for 244 yards and three touchdowns in the half to beat the Indianapolis Colts.
But before you start wondering if this was a case of Roethlisberger just drawing plays up in the dirt, it wasn’t. At least according to tight end Eric Ebron….

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