Pittsburgh Steelers looking to find winning feeling at Wembley [AMBIENT]

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Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin admitted on Friday it was "surprise" to arrive in London with a 0-3 record before facing the Minnesota Vikings at Wembley Stadium.

The Pittsburgh Steelers have the most Superbowls in NFL history.

But their start to the 2013-14 season doesn't suggest another triumph.

With a 0-3 record, Mike Tomlin's side sit bottom of the AFC North.

After Sunday's 40-23 home loss to the Chicago Bears, the Steelers are now in London for the league's latest Wembley clash.

Minnesota Vikings are the opposition - and something has to give.

Billed as the home team, the Vikings are also 0-3 and will be desperate to get off the mark at the expense of Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and company.

At a pre-game press conference on Friday, defensive end Brett Keisel addressed the issue of turnovers - the Steelers have a minus-nine differential - while defensive back Ike Taylor highlighted the threat posed by Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson.