Antonio Brown: 'We lost to one of the worst NFL teams'
Antonio Brown said what the rest of the country was thinking — Pittsburgh lost to an inferior team.
There was little reason to believe that Tampa Bay would storm into Heinz Field and come away with a win, especially with the way the Buccaneers began the season. On top of that, starting quarterback Josh McCown was unavailable due to a hand injury and second-year signal caller Mike Glennon was called upon to fill in.
But in the end, the Bucs were able to beat the Steelers in the final minute and win 27-24.
"We just lost to one of the worst NFL teams in our house," Brown told reporters on Monday. "We blew the game. We feel embarrassed, we feel shame."
Down 10-0, the Steelers reversed that and held a 10-point advantage in the fourth quarter. But the Bucs got a field goal and a game-winning touchdown from Glennon to receiver Vincent Jackson to win.
The Steelers will have a chance to redeem themselves next week against the Jaguars.
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