Boswell's six FGs bail out Steelers
CINCINNATI — The Steelers took control of the AFC North by doing a little bit of everything during a month-long winning streak: throwing, running, playing steely defense.
Their fifth straight victory came a whole new way. Call it the kick-six.
Chris Boswell tied the club record with six field goals, and Ben Roethlisberger threw a touchdown pass in the fourth quarter that rallied Pittsburgh.
"We've said we'll win the game how we have to win it," Roethlisberger said.
The Steelers won their fourth in a row at Paul Brown Stadium and can clinch the North title by beating the Ravens at Heinz Field next Sunday.