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Pitt’s NFL touchdown streak ends after nearly two seasons

Pitt’s NFL touchdown streak ended Monday night at 28 consecutive weeks — the third-longest since 2000 — when Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Jonathan Baldwin left the Steelers game Monday night with head and neck injuries without scoring.
The streak also could have been extended in the Philadelphia Eagles’ loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, but backup running back Stanley Havili, not LeSean McCoy, scored from the 1 late in the fourth quarter.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco scored on a 1-yard sneak against the Oakland Raiders, but Flacco spent most of his collegiate career at Delaware after transferring from Pitt.
Here is the link to the story the Trib’s John Grupp wrote about the streak on Sept. 29 of this year:

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