Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown caught a touchdown pass with 1:15 left in the third quarter as the Steelers defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 31 – 24 on Sunday.
The victory, which comes against a Philadelphia team that lost its quarterback this week, was the Steelers’ third straight in a row at Heinz Field.
Brown has caught at least three passes in each of his past five games and the Steelers are currently in first place in the AFC North.
The team is currently tied with the Indianapolis Colts for first place.
Brown had six catches for 83 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning score, and a 94.7 passer rating as he helped the Steelers (7-2) rally from a 19-3 deficit in the fourth quarter to beat the Eagles 31 — 14 on a pass from Brown to Antonio Brown.
The Steelers (3-6) have won three straight at HeinZ Field and are tied for second place in their division with the Baltimore Ravens.
Philadelphia has lost three straight and is at .500 for the first time in seven games.
The Pittsburgh defense held the Eagles to 21 points in the first half, but the Eagles outscored Pittsburgh 31-6 in the second quarter to pull away.
Philadelphia lost its second straight game in Pittsburgh, coming in a week after beating Indianapolis 27-7.
The Steelers have won seven straight in Philadelphia and are 2-1 this season there.
The win caps a two-game winning streak for the Steelers and comes as the team moves into the bye week, when they host the Miami Dolphins on Sunday afternoon.
The teams will face off again Monday in Baltimore.