Steelers' Joe Haden breaks fibula against Colts, is out indefinitely

Steelers' Joe Haden breaks fibula against Colts, is out indefinitely

Steelers' Joe Haden breaks fibula against Colts, is out indefinitely

Backup Scott Tolzien, who started the team's season opener and threw a pair of pick-sixes in a losing effort, would be the team's next man up if Brissett can't play.

Indianapolis has beaten winless Cleveland and San Francisco in Lucas Oil Stadium, but has lost to Arizona in overtime, Jacksonville and now the Steelers.

Brissett continued to work the Steelers secondary in the third quarter, finding Chester Rogers with a 61-yard touchdown pass and it seemed at that point, that the Colts had enough to pull off an improbable win.

"Big Ben is Big Ben and he finds guys, and we've got him in second-and-long and he finds a guy, and then he scrambles around and finds Antonio Brown", Colts coach Chuck Pagano said. Smith-Schuster ended the day with 97 yards and one touchdown, continuing his rise in the National Football League with another standout day.

Bucks Win Despite Ball's Triple-Double
Ball, who 20 years and 15 days old, rounded out his triple-double at the start of the fourth quarter, pulling down a rebound . Ball did his part with 19 points, 13 assists , 12 rebounds , four blocks and three steals against only four turnovers.

Pittsburgh cornerback Joe Haden suffered a broken left fibula during the first quarter and quickly left for the locker room. But again the Colts couldn't hold onto the lead.

With the loss to the Steelers, the Colts are now 2-3 at home this season.

Steelers: Starting safety Mike Mitchell left on a cart with an injured right ankle and did not return. It's not yet known whether Brissett will miss time due to the injury. None of the three returned.

The Colts are heading into their bye week and then host the Titans on November 26.

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