• Steelers-Vikings: By the numbers

    Summary of 27 articles · Updated Sep 30, 2013
    The numbers would suggest Peterson hadn't played poorly in three games before Sunday he had still run for 281 yards in three games but the NFL's reigning MVP hadn't looked like himself until heading to London. ET game Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings Times the Steelers have led in the fourth quarter this season Team that has started a season 0-4 and still made the playoffs Touchdowns scored by Steelers’ defense in the fourth quarter of 27-17 win over Vikings in 2009 Interceptions by Steelers LB Lawren...
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    • Upon Further Review: Steelers Week 4

      PITTSBURGH -- An examination of four hot issues from the Pittsburgh Steelers' 34-27 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. NFL's worst team? Forget numbers when assessing how far the Steelers have fallen. Simply listen to quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who sai…
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    • Upon Further Review: Vikings Week 4

      LONDON -- An examination of four hot issues following the Minnesota Vikings' 34-27 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers: Who's the QB? That will be the Vikings' big question during and after their bye week, as they prepare for their next game against the Ca…
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    • Frazier says Ponder is starting quarterback, but team will “talk about a lot of things”

      The Vikings got their first taste of victory in 2013 on Sunday when they outlasted the Steelers 34-27 in London. Win No. 1 on the year came with Matt Cassel at quarterback in place of the injured Christian Ponder. Cassel didn’t turn the ball over and wa…
    • Vikings' pass rush shows up in big way

      LONDON -- In their first three games, the Minnesota Vikings' defense has been vexed by quarterbacks who were often able to get rid of the ball quickly, either by dumping it off to a running back (Detroit's Matthew Stafford), finding holes in the Vikings…
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    • Locker Room Buzz: Minnesota Vikings

      LONDON -- Observed in the locker room following the Minnesota Vikings' 34-27 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers: Frazier relieved: The relief on typically even-keeled Vikings coach Leslie Frazier's face was obvious after Minnesota avoided its third last-m…
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    • Steelers Fall To 0-4 Overseas In 34-27 Setback To Vikings

      The Steelers made a trip overseas hoping to figure out some of the lingering issues that have haunted them so far in 2013. Instead, it looks more than ever this organization has hit rock bottom. That fact was more and more evident after the Vikings offe…
    • Big Ben falls in London, as Pittsburgh Steelers fall to 0-4

      The return of Le'Veon Bell helped. And the Pittsburgh Steelers did make it a game after falling behind 17 points in the fourth quarter.But they picked a bad time to allow three plays of 51 yards or longer — to the Minnesota Vikings! with only one by Adr…
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    • Vikings 34, Steelers 27

      By Alan Robinson, Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewLONDON — Adrian Peterson, Jared Allen and, it must have seemed like, London bridge all came falling down on the Steelers on one fateful day ...
    • Vikings hold off Steelers for win in London

      Greg Jennings made two touchdown catches, Adrian Peterson ran for two scores and the Vikings' defense made a big stop with time running out to preserve a 34-27 win over the Steelers on Sunday for their first win of the season.
    • Instant React: Loss In London To Vikings 34-27 Puts Steelers At 0-4

      For the first time in 45 years, the Steelers are 0-4. The Vikings built a big lead, and in the end the swing gate otherwise known as the offensive line gave up a sack and fumble of Ben Roethlisberger inside the Vikings 10 in the closing seconds as the V…
    • Vikings get first win, drop Steelers to 0-4

      Both of the teams the NFL sent to London are bad. But only the Steelers are returning home winless. The Vikings, led by backup quarterback Matt Cassel, jumped out to an early lead and managed to hold on and win 34-27. Minnesota’s defense sealed the win …
    • Halftime: Vikings 20, Steelers 10

      Cassel is 6 of 15 for 128 yards, TD, no turnovers.
    • Live blog: Steelers at Vikings

      Join our ESPN.com NFL experts as they break down the Pittsburgh Steelers' visit to the Minnesota Vikings. Contribute your thoughts and questions beginning at 1 p.m. ET. And, be sure to visit our NFL Nation Blitz page for commentary from every game, as w…
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    • Head-to-head: Steelers LB Vince Williams vs. Vikings RB Adrian Peterson

      The rookie middle linebacker has his work cut out for him against the best running back in the NFL.
    • Game 4 matchup: Steelers vs. Vikings

      Gerry Dulac breaks down the game plan as the two 0-3 teams clash at Wembley Stadium in London.
  • Vikings pleased with Cassel stirring pass/run mix

    The quarterback took advantage of openings created by Steelers’ focus on Adrian Peterson.
    • Jim Souhan: Vikings should name Cassel starter

      Matt Cassel threw passes where he had to, distinguishing himself from Christian Ponder.
    • Vikings at home in London, and with Cassel

      LONDON -- For as much as the Minnesota Vikings talked about the inconvenience of giving up a home game to play in Wembley Stadium -- and as sour as they were about a 4,000-mile flight across the Atlantic after back-to-back last-minute collapses -- it wa…
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    • Vikings edge Steelers 34-27 as Cassel fills in smartly

      The Vikings defense closed it out, but there were some nervous moments.
    • Souhan: Cassel is the right choice

      Matt Cassel should move ahead of Christian Ponder as the Vikings starting quarterback.
  • Defense abandons Steelers in loss

    The Minnesota Vikings looked like they would blow a late lead for the third week in a row. The Pittsburgh Steelers’ defense refused to let that happen. And now the Steelers are winless through four games for the first time since 1968, and about to set a…
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  • Steelers know challege that Peterson poses

    PITTSBURGH -- One of countless measures as to why Adrian Peterson is the best running back on the planet: The Vikings star is perceived to have gotten off to a slow start even though he has rushed for 281 yards and three touchdowns in three games. One o…
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