Odd Score Goes In NFL History Book

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The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the San Diego Chargers 11-10 Sunday night. It was the first time in NFL history that a game ended with that score. What are the odds? Peter Hirdt, vice president of The Elias Sports Bureau, offers his insights in a conversation with Melissa Block.



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