Pittsburgh had a 14-10 lead and possession at the Seahawks 43-yard line with 9 minutes 4 seconds to play. The Steelers lined up Antwaan Randle El (82) and Hines Ward (86) on the left side and began the play in that direction with a toss to RB Willie Parker (39). The play turned into a ruse as Randle El took the reverse handoff. The versatile Randle El, who played quarterback in college, spotted an open Ward behind Seahawks CB Marcus Trufant (23) and threw a pass to Ward in stride for the touchdown. The play put the Steelers ahead 21-10 and all but sealed the win.
George Tarnow, The Washington Post - February 6, 2006