Sunday’s Best: Splash and awe


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Antonio Brown hauls in a catch on the right sideline, setting up Le'Veon Bell's second touchdown. - MATT SUNDAY / DKPS

A lot of 2017's Sunday's Bests have started talking about bad football equating to bad photographs. In all honesty, it's really just hard to make two teams running between tackles look pretty. Maybe not as much "bad football" as it is "grounded football."

It's also pretty hard to make a low-scoring game look as pretty as one lacking defensive consistency and allowing splash plays from both teams.

Sunday night was largely about the splash plays as the Steelers came from behind late to defeat the Ravens, 39-38. That's fine by me, because those splash plays and touchdowns turned into a pretty attractive set of photographs.

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