A bit more action in the second quarter of play, as both teams put the ball into the end zone.
Minnesota's touchdown came on a 2-yard run by Adrian Peterson after a very impressive 13-play drive. Ben Roethlisberger answered in the two-minute drill as the Vikings inexplicably went to a soft zone defense, allowing Mike Wallace to get free for a 40-yard touchdown reception.
The score stands at 10-7 in favor of Pittsburgh, and the Steelers will get the ball first coming out of the locker room. Let's hope the Vikings can shake off the bad ending of the first half and come out firing again.