The Pittsburgh Steelers need to be at the top of their game to defeat the New England Patriots Sunday in the AFC Championship Game. In the first quarter, that didn’t happen much, especially on the game’s first touchdown when Tom Brady found Chris Hogan wide open in the back of the end zone.
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Pittsburgh’s defensive secondary was clearly confused on the play, and as a result Hogan had nobody around him when he hauled in the 16-yard touchdown pass.
This score put the Patriots up 10-0 after they had scored a field goal on their opening drive of the game.