On a night when the two offenses battled on occasion to keep up with any energy, it was the Pittsburgh Steelers' 11-play,

75-yard scoring drive that covered the finish of the second from last quarter and the beginning of the fourth that demonstrated definitive in a 24-17 win over

the Indianapolis Yearlings on Monday night. Pittsburgh new kid on the block quarterback Kenny Pickett and the Steelers' ground game, as well as the Foals' hostile failure,

prompted a 16-3 Steelers halftime lead, and keeping in mind that the Yearlings mounted a rebound that momentarily gave them a benefit, it wasn't sufficient.

The Steelers (4-7) have win two of their last three while the Yearlings (4-7-1) have lost two of three under in-between time mentor Jeff Saturday.

For the second week straight, the Steelers put focuses on the load up early just to see their benefit rapidly get away with a horrible showing after halftime.

This time however, the Steelers clutched win. Before Monday night, the Steelers were 0-6 while following entering the final quarter.

Just the Rams (0-7) have more misfortunes without a success while following behind 3/4 this season

The Steelers' lead vanished after halftime as the guard surrendered 152 second from last quarter yards to Matt Ryan and the Foals, and the Steelers neglected to move the ball.

The very gives that tormented the Steelers all through the season sprung up all through the game - - red zone effectiveness, surrendering huge plays - - yet this time,

the Steelers held the Yearlings on fourth-and-three to compel a turnover on downs with 30 seconds staying to seal the success.

However Pickett actually experienced some difficulty with precision, missing a completely open George Pickens in the end zone,

and he didn't have a culmination in the second from last quarter, the new kid on the block turned in his best execution in driving the Steelers to a final quarter rebound.