Chase Claypool may be Big Ben's new favorite target.
CRUCIAL impact by young players determined the Pennsylvania State Championship, battle between Pittsburgh's rookie receiver Chase Claypool and Philadelphia's' second year back Miles Sanders.
Steelers capitalized on Carson Wentz's early third quarter interception to push lead to three scores.
15 unanswered points put the Eagles back in the game, within two by ten minute mark of fourth quarter.
Breakout games for both Claypool and Philly's Travis Fulgham
Pittsburgh is 4-0 for the first time since 1979
Late first quarter, the Ben Roethlisberger hand off to Notre Dame rookie Chase Claypool for the two yard score to for the first s (7-0 Steelers)
63 seconds later, second year back Miles Sanders countered with a 74 yard run to tie things up (7-7)
Early in the second quarter, Claypool strikes again, this time from 32 yards out (14-7 Steelers)
Middle of the second, Carson Wentz's one yard hand off to Sanders for the tie (14-14)
Chris Boswell pushes the Steeler's lead to three with a 41 yard field goal (17-14 Steelers)
A huge third down for Philly, Wentz finds Travis Fulgham for the 20 yard pickup to set up Philly in the red zone, clock runs out before Eagles can convert (17-14 Steelers at the half)
Early in the third, Ray-Ray McCloud's 58 yard run sets up another Claypool score, this one from from five yards out (24-14)
Next drive, Wentz's pass intended for Zach Ertz is picked off by Steven Nelson in Eagle's territory
James Conner pushes up the middle for the one yard score (31-14)
Wentz finds Greg Ward Jr. for the eight yard touchdown, the successful two-point conversion by Wentz to John Hightower puts Philly within nine (31-22)
Back to back Fulgham receptions (18 and 19 yards) put the Eagles in Steelers territory to start fourth quarter
Wentz finds Fulgham for the five yard score, 15 unanswered points for Philly (31-29)
A fourth quarter fumble recovery by Cre'Von LeBlanc gives Philly the momentum, but they're unable to convert a 57 yard field goal
Roethlisberger's 35 yard touchdown pass to Claypool puts Pittsburgh up nine with three minutes left (38-27)
Late Wentz pass to Hightower is picked off by Nelson, Steelers in control for final two minutes (38-29 FINAL)
Carson Wentz: 20/35 for 258 yards for two touchdowns and two interceptions
Miles Sanders: 11 carries for 80 yards and two touchdowns
Travis Fulgham: ten receptions for 152 yards and one touchdown
Cre'Von LeBlanc: one fumble recovery
Ben Roethlisberger: 127/34 for 231 yards for three touchdowns
Ray-Ray McCloud: two carries for 63 yards
Chase Claypool: seven receptions and three carries for a total of 116 yards and four touchdowns
Steven Nelson: two interceptions