Minkah Fitzpatrick returned an incredible 96-yard touchdown after intercepting a pass and running almost the length of the field.
The Colts may have quarterback issues of their own after Jacoby Brissett left in the second quarter with a left knee injury.
The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Indianapolis Colts with a final score of 26-24. But Hoyer has been in the National Football League a long time and played well against the Steelers. Hoyer's first pass turned into an 11-yard touchdown to Doyle that gave the Colts a 10-3 lead.
Most telling statistic: In addition to the missed field goal, the Colts also had an extra-point kick blocked and a two-point conversion fail.
Overall, it was a positive game for the Steelers. Not long afterward, Indianapolis Colts backup Brian Hoyer threw a ghastly pick-six to Minkah Fitzpatrick. Later, Washington made a one-handed snag on a pass thrown behind him.
Missed tackle: Colts tight end Mo Alle-Cox ran over several Steelers to get a first down on the first play of the second half. Down by two points with 2:09 left, his 19-yard completion to receiver Zach Pascal - along with a pass interference penalty on the game's next play - put kicker Adam Vinatieri in position to attempt the game-winning field goal. This marked the fourth interception for him since being traded by Miami. That's pretty much the standard protocol for all teams. Samuels had 10 hurrying yards yet in addition 13 gatherings for 73 yards - which establishes the group precedent for gatherings in a game by a running back, breaking Le'Veon Bell's imprint.