Colts' Jacoby Brissett in concussion protocol

Steelers CB Joe Haden questionable to return against Colts

Jacoby Brissett in Concussion Protocol After Loss vs. Steelers

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

It wasn't pretty but when the clock hit zero the Pittsburgh Steelers found a way to beat the Indianapolis Colts 20-17 to push their record to 7-2.

He's played in and started all nine of the Pittsburgh's games this season after missing 14 games due to injury in his final two seasons with the Browns. Bell had 26 carries for 80 yards and Brown, the league's leading receiver, caught three passes for 47 yards.

Roethlisberger was 19 of 31 for 236 yards with one interception.

Coach Mike Tomlin said after the game that Haden broke his fibula and is out indefinitely.

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It is a part of the Colts' identity through 10 games into the season. Cornerback Joe Haden left in the first half with a left leg injury and was on crutches on the sideline late in the game.

The independent neurologist was evaluating Colts' defensive back Kenny Moore II at the time and was not available to check out Brissett.

The fourth quarter started off all wrong for the Colts as a tipped ball near their own goal line allowed linebacker Ryan Shazier to get his third INT of the year. None of the three returned. Tomlin also said he didn't expect any of the team's injured players to return for Thursday's game against the Tennessee Titans.

Colts: Will have a much needed bye before hosing Tennessee on November 26.

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