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Kenny Albert play by playDaryl Johnston color commentatorTony Siragusa sideline reporter In Week 3 against the San Francisco 49ersthe Steelers found themselves trailing for the first time on the young season as the 49ers drove deep into Pittsburgh territory before being forced to settle for a yard field goal by Joe Nedney.
The Niners went 3-and-out on their next drive, but they sacked Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and forced him to fumble on the Steelers' second offensive play from scrimmage.
The Steelers were forced to settle for a yard field goal by Jeff Reed to increase their lead to 17—6. Davis hit the ground, and the ball popped up and was caught by free safety Ryan Clarkwho returned it into San Francisco territory. Nolan challenged the play, arguing that Davis was down by contact at the Pittsburgh 5.
Referee Gerry Austin ruled instead that the ball had hit the ground, and that the pass was therefore incomplete the Niners still won the challenge, as the original call of an interception was overturned. The 49ers could not drive any further, and Nedney kicked a yard field goal to make it 17—9, Pittsburgh.
The Steelers got the ball back after the field goal and drove deep into 49ers territory before Reed kicked a yard field goal on the first play of the fourth quarter to give the Steelers a 20—9 lead. The 49ers' next drive resulted in a punt, and the Steelers drove into field goal range again.
Reed's yard kick was good, and the Steelers led 23—9. On the ensuing possession by San Francisco was facing a crucial 3rd and 5 from their own Smith forced a throw into coverage, and it was intercepted by Steeler cornerback Bryant McFadden and returned for a touchdown to give Pittsburgh a commanding 30—9 lead.
Smith drove the 49ers down the field on their next possession, and he threw a yard touchdown pass to Taylor Jacobs to give San Francisco its first and only touchdown of the day. The 49ers tried to execute an onside kick, but Nedney's kick was recovered by Steeler punter Daniel Sepulveda. The Niners attempted one last drive, but could not even gain a first down.
With the win Pittsburgh became one of five NFL teams to increase its record to 3—0, while San Francisco dropped to 2—1. Both were sacked twice.
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