The NFL's game of the year peaked on an extremely controversial no-catch call.
Well that was something.
The Patriots and the Steelers just played the game of the year, ending with a Ben Roethlisberger interception in the end zone that sealed the 27-24 win for New England.
Two plays before that, though, Pittsburgh had thought it'd scored a game-winning touchdown, only to have it overturned and called a drop.
This was the play:
It was ruled a touchdown on the field, but the refs decided to overturn it, saying he didn't control it throughout the play.
Two plays later, this happened:
The ending was surely controversial, but we'll definitely take these two teams meeting again in late January.