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Larry Csonka rushed for three touchdowns and the 1972 Miami Dolphis took advantage of four turnovers by the 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers to pull out a 31-24 victory in Week 14 Super League action.
The victory keeps the Dolphins alive in a crowded race for the two title game berths. At 8-6, Miami sits one game back of the first-place '84 49ers and '91 Redskins.
Pittsburgh (4-10) outgained Miami 401 to 340, but Terry Bradshaw, Rocky Bleier and Franco Harris all lost fumbles.
Csonka had his fifth straight 100-yard game for Miami and now has 14 touchdowns.