The Green Bay Packers fell to the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-28 as time expired on Sunday night at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Penn.
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Brett Hundley ended 17 of 26 for 245 yards with and three touchdowns and zero interceptions, but Pittsburgh's Antonio Brown caught 10 passes for 169 yards and two touchdowns, including two receptions on the game-winning drive.
But just when everyone was ready to count out the Packers for good, they went into Three Rivers and battled the high-flying Steelers on even terms until the final play, when Chris Boswell’s 53-yard field goal gave Pittsburgh a 31-28 victory.
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