Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant and tight end Heath Miller both had touchdowns in a 26-24 victory over the Indianapolis Colts in the wild-tying AFC wild card playoff round.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw for 193 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions.
Bryant caught five passes for 105 yards, and Miller added six catches for 75 yards and two scores.
The Steelers (3-3) have won five of six, including a 34-20 win over Baltimore in the AFC wild playoff round in October.
They also beat Baltimore in overtime in their first playoff game since 2006.
Bryant has scored in back-to-back games for the first time since October, when he scored four touchdowns in the opener against Houston.
He had a career-high seven catches for 97 yards in the season opener at Cincinnati.
Miller had eight catches for 123 yards and three scores.
He has been a big part of the Steelers’ passing game, with eight catches in the past three games.
Pittsburgh (4-1) plays at Detroit on Sunday.
The Detroit Lions are tied with the Denver Broncos for the worst record in the NFL.
Detroit (2-3), who lost to the Steelers in Week 2, has been on a 10-game losing streak, and the team is playing without running back Joique Bell, who has been dealing with a hamstring injury.
The Lions have been without running backs Jeremy Langford (groin) and Darren McFadden (knee).
Detroit is allowing 17.2 points per game in the two games since Bell was placed on injured reserve.
The last time the Lions allowed 16 points was Nov. 6, 2017.
Detroit has allowed 13.3 points per contest during the losing streak.
The Bengals (1-3-1), who have lost six straight, face the New York Giants (2 1/2-1).
They have been outscored by 35 points during that span.
Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd scored his first career touchdown on a 25-yard catch with 1:19 remaining.
The Falcons are the only team with fewer than three touchdowns.