The third quarter of the Miami Dolphins at Pittsburgh Steelers contest is complete, with Miami leading 24-21.
The half started with Miami receiving the kick off and moving down the field. The nine-play, 80-yard drive ended with a four yard Daniel Thomas walk into the endzone, extending Miami's lead to 17-7.
The Steelers, however, answered with a 4-play, 83-yard touchdown drive of their own. Antonio Brown capped the drive with a 43-yard catch and run. Then intercepted Ryan Tannehill for a touchdown from Troy Polamalu, giving the Steelers a 21-17 lead.
Miami then drive back down the field, leading to a Ryan Tannehill touchdown pass to Brian Hartline, giving Miami a 24-21 lead. The play was originally called a incomplete pass, but Joe Philbin challenged the ruling, which was then overturned. The Dolphins are now six-for-six on challenges this year.
The Steelers are currently driving with the ball at the Miami 16.