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Leading 18–13 with under two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Landry Jones hooked up with Martavis Bryant for an 88-yard touchdown pass to seal a 25–13 victory over the Cardinals.

By SI Wire
October 18, 2015

Leading 18–13 with under two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Landry Jones hooked up with Martavis Bryant for an 88-yard touchdown pass to seal a 25–13 victory over the Cardinals.

Jones, the team’s third-string signalcaller, entered in the third quarter after Mike Vick was knocked out of the game with a hamstring injury. Vick was already replacing injured starter Ben Roethlisberger, who was lost to an MCL sprain in Week 3.

He went 8 of 12, throwing two touchdowns to Bryant and recording 168 yards through the air. Bryant finished with six grabs for 137.

The Steelers improved to 4–2 with the win.

- Kenny Ducey

 

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