Huge turnover from Buffalo Bills Dawson Knox results in Pittsburgh Steelers touchdown


The Pittsburgh Steelers ’second recording at Sunday night’s Buffalo Bills game officially fell back into corner-back Mike Hilton’s forced position, which was reclaimed by corner defender Cam Sutton.

But watch the replays as many times as you want: it’s still not entirely clear what happened when there were nine minutes and 36 seconds left in the second quarter. Do you handle it awkwardly? Interception?

Whatever it was, the Steelers ’defense was another forced turnout, with one playing without a few starters, and that led to the game’s first touch.

Hilton and Marcus Allen struggled with the tight end of the Buffalo Bills, Dawson Knox, when he caught center-back Josh Allen’s 6-yard catch. Hilton hit the ball loosely, and when Knox followed, trying to rotate the ball before it hit the ground, the ball bounced. Starting from Joe Haden’s (concussion) site, Sutton was in the right place and jerked to grab it.

Sutton’s recovery – the game’s second forced turnaround after the first quarter pass – gave the Steelers the ball in the Bills area.

Three games later, Ben Roethlisberger hit James Washington in a 19-yard touchdown and led 8:26 to 7-0 in the second quarter.