Pittsburgh Steelers Get Screwed Out Of A Victory Because Of The Ridiculous Catch Rule

Another Sunday, another catch controversy.

The Pittsburgh Steelers seemed dead in the water after Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski drove the Patriots down the field to score and take the lead in the final minute of the epic AFC showdown.

Then, Big Ben found rookie wide out JuJu Smith-Schuster for a 69-yard reception to get the team in position for a game-winning touchdown.

On the next play, Roethlisberger found his TE Jesse James for the potential game-winning touchdown and Heniz Field went crazy.

It was all good until the referees once again took an extended look at the play and it was called incomplete.

The Steelers still had time to win or tie the game, but Ben Roethlisberger threw an interception in the end zone:

Clearly, James’ catch was a touchdown but once again, the NFL has a catch or no-catch controversy on his hands.