didn't keep us waiting long for his first huge play of the playoffs.
The Pittsburgh Steelers' star wide receiver danced around a couple of Miami Dolphins' defenders and scored on a 50-yard pass from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. It is worth noting the key block that tight end Jesse James supplies, as this play probably doesn't happen without it.
The opening-drive score marked the first playoff touchdown of Brown's seven-year career.
Ben Roethlisberger also continued his assault on the record books, as he passed Jim Kelly for the eighth most pass completions in postseason history on the previous play.
Here is Brown's opening score:
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