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Benny Snell’s 2-yard touchdown run hands Steelers the lead again

Mike Florio predicts the Monday night matchup between the Steelers and Colts in Indianapolis will be an "exciting" affair, with Pittsburgh coming out on top, but Chris Simms shares why he's going in the opposite direction.

A game finally has broken out in Indianapolis.

It took the Steelers only 5 minutes, 21 seconds to answer the Colts and regain the lead, 24-17, with 9:55 remaining in Monday Night Football.

The Steelers had no points, 18 yards and no first downs in the third quarter.

They opened the fourth quarter with an 11-play, 75-yard drive, with Benny Snell ending it with a 2-yard touchdown run. Kenny Pickett bought time and found George Pickens for the 2-point conversion.

Pickett now is 19-of-27 for 168 yards.

Snell, who has replaced the injured Najee Harris, has nine carries for 50 yards.

Colts cornerback Kenny Moore injured his shin on a goal line play in the Steelers’ drive. He is questionable to return.