For the first time in his NFL career since he became a regular part of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ gameday lineup, Isaiah Buggs was a healthy scratch for last week’s game in Tennessee.

Seven days later, Buggs took the low point of his brief pro career and flipped it into his finest moments.

“He needed to (play well), but when he first came in there, he wasn’t,” Tomlin said. “I am just being honest, you know? We didn’t have anywhere else to go. It wasn’t like we were going to put someone else in there. He had to knuckle down and get active, and he did.”

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