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2011 Super Bowl: Ben Roethlisberger's Interceptions Hurting Steelers As Packers Open Up 21-3 Lead

Ben Roethlisberger throws a second interception (to Jarrett Bush, this time) on a really horrible ball – Roethlisberger was clearly throwing into traffic the whole time. The Packers get the ball back with an 11-point lead and about four minutes left to play in the first half.

The interception ruined a decent drive that featured a beautiful catch by Antwaan Randle El (that Randle El got way too excited about, but still).

After a couple of first downs, Aaron Rodgers throws a 21-yard touchdown over the middle to Greg Jennings. Troy Polamalu hits Jennings at the goal line, but it isn’t enough, and now it’s 21-3, as Roethlisberger’s two interceptions have proven very costly.

The Steelers badly need to put together a drive with two and a half minutes left in the half. Antonio Brown receives the kickoff, and the Steelers start at their own 23 yard line.

Photographs by dizfunk used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.