The NFL’s regular season kicked off on Saturday with a thrilling battle between the Indianapolis Colts and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Steelers won the game 30-14, and the Colts were victorious 27-14.
The game featured some thrilling moments and some tense moments.
Here are a few of them.
The score: 1-0Pittsburgh SteelersThe Steelers scored their first touchdown on a short field goal by rookie wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, who made the catch at the Pittsburgh 39.
The Colts were already in control.
The Colts ran out the clock, and with 7:02 left in the third quarter, the Steelers got a touchdown from receiver DeAngelo Williams on a 4-yard run.
The Steelers scored on their next possession, and again, the Colts had a touchdown on the next play.
But then, in the fourth quarter, Indianapolis had a chance to tie the game.
With 2:03 left in regulation, Williams ran into a double team from linebacker Paul Kruger.
Kruger was able to grab the ball, and Williams scored on the ensuing field goal.
But the Steelers recovered the fumble, and they scored again on their first possession.
They scored on third-and-4, and on the Colts’ next possession they scored a touchdown.
And again, Indianapolis scored on its next possession.
The score was now 1-1.
The score was 1-2.
The Bengals scored their third touchdown of the game on a 7-yard pass from receiver Marvin Jones to tight end Anthony Fasano.
The Bengals had two plays to score, and one of them was a 50-yard field goal attempt by wide receiver Jeremy Hill.
But he missed the open field and it bounced off the right upright.
The next play, on third down from the Bengals’ 31, Hill ran through the line and found Fasano on the left sideline for a score.
The first down was completed.
The scores were 2-1 and 2-2, respectively.
The two teams traded punts and the Steelers tied the game with 1:09 left.
But, with the Steelers on their own 15-yard line, the Bengals drove down the field and were able to score.
The result: 3-2Pittsburgh BengalsThe Steelers finished the game winning the game 24-24.
But the Steelers will be looking to win the division, which is the No. 3 seed in the AFC.
The AFC North will be the third seed in that division.
The Cincinnati Bengals will finish with the No: 3 seed.
The final score was 3-3.