Greetings, all! Definitely nice to get a couple consecutive wins.... (as a former West-Coaster, I still lament the fact that the Steelers are lifetime 1-7 IN Seattle, so I look forward to those Hawks games that are played in Pittsburgh where I believe we're now 9-3). Always happy for the win, but something about the way it got to overtime didn't set well with me (and I'm not talking about that final second which might have been avoided altogether if we had played it differently). I didn't get to see the end of the game properly when that bad Seahawks injury occurred at 3:10, so I was only getting bits and pieces. In my mind, with 3:10 and a running clock near midfield and a tie score, I would have THOUGHT the ultimate goal would be get into field goal range and kick the winning FG with as little time left as possible. Boswell has been very accurate lately, so clock management becomes key to that strategy (which always makes me shudder given some weirdness in the past 15 years). Even though Big Ben routinely lets the clock tick down to 1 before he snaps it, with 3:10 and running clock, instead of letting the clock run down to 2:45 at the snap and with the play taking several seconds, COULD have run the clock to the 2 minute warning or force Seattle to take a timeout, he snapped it at about 3:00. The next play was also snapped with about 10-15 seconds on the clock. Then, I didn't get a clear picture of what happened, but I think we had 2nd and 5. At that point in the game, 5 yards (I think) would practically have sealed at least the chance at a VERY high % field goal with almost no time left.... but instead we ran the 30 yard fly pattern (offensive pass interference, blah, blah blah.....) I just don't understand why we didn't try to get the 5 in that situation. It's easy to second-guess and they did (just) enough to win so champagne glasses all around, but I don't understand the randomness of not taking clock down and THEN going deep when 5 yards would have set up Seattle with no timeouts and under a minute. I've been critical of Tomlin on numerous clock/game-management occasions, but I feel the one-second thing at the end of the game doesn't happen if we have our head in the game at 3:10 with a running clock. Seems like something we've never been able to take for granted. Correct me if I didn't see it right, but can you imagine anyone else in that situation not taking the clock down as far as they could have twice in a row? Hope everyone is well!