PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Steelers got two second-half interceptions and made a fourth-down stop, dominating the turnover battle in a 20-10 win over the New Orleans Saints in Week 10.
Damontae Kazee made his Steelers debut with an interception of Andy Dalton, Robert Spillane made a fourth-down stop on a Dalton sneak and then Levi Wallace ripped the ball away from a New Orleans receiver for three second-half takeaways to help secure the team’s first victory in three games.
T.J. Watt had two tackles on his first three plays after returning from a torn pectoral muscle, but the Saints quickly shied away from going his direction. He finished with four tackles and a quarterback hit.
The Steelers improved to 3-6. They will stay at home to take on the Cincinnati Bengals next Sunday at 4:25 p.m.
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