Colts' Jacoby Brissett in concussion protocol

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After Ryan Shazier's interception at the Colts 10-yard line with 12:52 to go, Roethlisberger hooked up with wide-open Vance McDonald for another 7-yard score.

Pittsburgh finally got on the board with 30 seconds remaining in the half on Boswell's 41-yard field goal.

Backup Scott Tolzien, who started the team's season opener and threw a pair of pick-sixes in a losing effort, would be the team's next man up if Brissett can't play.

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The Colts led the Steelers 17-3 at one point in the third quarter and allowed the latter to storm back and eventually win the game with a 33-yard field goal as the clock expired. Pittsburgh has won in Indianapolis two consecutive seasons.

Brissett, on the other hand, was 9 of 13 for 130 yards and one touchdown before halftime.

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Steelers: Starting safety Mike Mitchell left on a cart with an injured right ankle and did not return.

Colts: Brissett did not come to the podium after the game because he developed concussion-like symptoms following, the Colts said. It's not yet known whether Brissett will miss time due to the injury. The team said he had passed the concussion protocol in the third quarter.

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

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