The Redskins brought their mistakes with them from New York, this time dropping double-digit passes and seeing their defense look as bad as it has all season. Pittsburgh put on a clinic in all phases of the game, and showed everyone how far the Redskins are from being a contender.
Robert Griffin III was bottled up as a result of dropped passes, which forced the Redskins to become one-dimensional, removing Alfred Morris from the gameplan for most of the second half.
DeAngelo Hall showed is immaturity as he verbally accosted an official and earned himself and ejection, and a likely a nice fine.
Roethlisberger's dink-and-dunk offense puts three touchdowns and a respectable 329 yards on the Redskins defense, but it was never close.
Final Score: Steelers 27, Redskins 12
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