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2004 Pittsburgh Steelers Season - Regular Season - Game Summaries - Week 15: At New York Giants
... ESPN Scoring summary 1445 ... Giants Willie Ponder 91 yard kickoff return (Steve Christie kick) Giants 7-0 726 ... Steelers Verron Haynes 10 yard pass from Antwaan Randle El (Jeff Reed kick) Tie 7-7 ...
2009 Minnesota Vikings Season - Regular Season - Game Summaries - Week 7: At Pittsburgh Steelers
... Book Game information 1st quarter PIT – Jeff Reed 39-yard field goal, 004. 2nd quarter MIN – Adrian Peterson 2-yard run (Ryan Longwell kick), 512 ... PIT – Mike Wallace 40-yard pass from Ben Roethlisberger (Jeff Reed kick), 024 ...
2008–09 NFL Playoffs - Divisional Playoffs - Sunday, January 11, 2009 - AFC: Pittsburgh Steelers 35, San Diego Chargers 24
... Jackson 41 yard pass from Philip Rivers (Nate Kaeding kick), 1259 ... PIT - Santonio Holmes 67 yard punt return (Jeff Reed kick), 741 ... PIT - Willie Parker 3 yard run (Jeff Reed kick), 040 ...
2004 Pittsburgh Steelers Season - Regular Season - Game Summaries - Week 9: Vs. Philadelphia Eagles
... ESPN Scoring summary 856 ... Steelers Hines Ward 16 yard run (Jeff Reed kick) Steelers 7-0 227 ... Steelers Hines Ward 20 yard pass from Ben Roethlisberger (Jeff Reed ...
Super Bowl XL - Game Summary - Box Score
... Seven Plays, 22 yds, 331 2nd Quarter PIT — TD Ben Roethlisberger 1-yard run (Jeff Reed kick), 7-3 PIT Drive 11 Plays, 59 yds, 620 3rd Quarter PIT — TD Willie Parker 75 ...

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