Steelers victories when scoring all their points in one quarter
Games the Steelers won scoring all their points in the 2nd quarter
Now when it comes to the 2nd quarter, there are quite a few more games. Where the Steelers have only done it once in the first quarter since 1942 have scored all their points in the second quarter eight times. They have done it four times at home and three times on the road. Plus, they accomplished this feat twice at home against the Bengals once in 1978, winning 7-6. The second time occurred in 1994 when the Steelers edged the Bengals 14-10.
However, in addition to doing it to their divisional foe, the Bengals twice, they also did it once to their other divisional opponent, the Houston Oilers, 7-3 in 1970. In all, they did it against conference rivals five times.
The most points they ever scored in such a game in the 2nd quarter happened in 1993 when they ran up 17 points against the New England Patriots in a 17-14 victory. The last time such a feat occurred happened on a prime-time game at Kansas City in 2011.
The Chiefs took an early three-point lead in the first quarter with a field goal. Then The Steelers threw one touchdown, Roethlisberger, to Weslye Saunders and Shaun Suisham added two additional field goals, eventually giving the Steelers a 13-6 lead at halftime.
While the Steelers did not score again, they won 13-9 as the Chiefs only managed one field goal in the 4th quarter.
Onward to the 3rd quarter.