On paper, the match-up between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Buffalo Bills looked lopsided in the favor of the Steelers. On the field, the Steelers had to scratch and claw their way to victory, putting the Bills away by a field goal in overtime. With a little over 12 minutes to play in the extra frame, Buffalo receiver Steve Johnson dropped a potential game-winning touchdown pass from Ryan Fitzpatrick. That proved to be the break Pittsburgh needed on the day, as they went on to force a punt, drive down the field and win the game with a Shaun Suisham kick.
In their dramatic overtime victory against the Bills, several Steelers broke out player exclusive cleats in the famous black and yellow Pittsburgh colors. Check out what they, and some of NFL’s other top players, were wearing on Sunday.
Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger drops back in a player exclusive colorway of the Nike Air Zoom Super Bad II.
Glover Quinn of the Houston Texans intercepts a pass in the Nike Zoom Vapor Carbon Fly.
Browns tackle Joe Thomas celebrates the team’s win against the Panthers in Under Armour’s Combat Mid.
James Harrison finds his way to Ryan Fitzpatrick in a Nike Air Zoom Merciless TD player exclusive.
Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe breaks away in the Nike Zoom Hyperfly.
Hines Ward dives for extra yards in his always trusty Nike Throwback TD PE.
Randy Moss looking none too pleased in Nike’s Air Huarache.
Pittsburgh’s Rashard Mendenhall runs for tough yards in the Nike Super Speed.
Jonathan Stewart finds daylight in a PE colorway of the Nike Air LT Superbad.
Aaron Rodgers leaves the field disappointed in the Nike Speed TD.
Peyton Hillis does his best Superman impression in the Under Armour Nitro II.
Steelers tight end Heath Miller reaches out for a catch in a player exclusive colorway of Reebok’s NFL U-Form 4Speed.
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