The Pittsburgh Steelers are no strangers to controversial goal-line touchdown calls which go in their favor. There was the Ben Roethlisberger(notes) quarterback sneak in Super Bowl XL, Santonio Holmes'(notes) odd TD catch in 2008 (which was originally a non-touchdown and was overturned on review), and the fumble/no-fumble call against the Miami Dolphins just last week. There was another near-instance in the "Sunday Night Football" game between the Steelers and the New Orleans Saints.
With 11:43 left in the first half, Roethlisberger threw to Antwaan Randle El(notes), who was stopped just short of the end zone. This was obvious on any sort of replay, but the original ruling was a touchdown -- go figure. Saints head coach Sean Payton challenged the call, and referee Pete Morelli reversed the original ruling, but not in the way the NFL intended:Read More »from This time, no ‘miracle' TD for Steelers