Video: Saints coach Sean Payton says second-year receiver Kenny Stills picks things up real quickly on the field _lowres

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Kenny Stills (84) left, makes it to the end zone past Pittsburgh Steelers free safety Mike Mitchell (23) for a touchdown after making a catch in the third quarter of the NFL game, Sunday,Nov. 30, 2014 in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Don Wright)

The Saints on Sunday afternoon ended their three-game losing streak at the expense of one of New Orleans' NFL hometown heroes.Saints receiver Kenny Stills outmaneuvered Gretna native and former Louisiana-Lafayette star Ike Taylor during a 69-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter, the offensive highlight of a 35-32 upset of Pittsburgh at Heinz Field.Finally, the Saints (5-7) are back to winning, after losing three straight games at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Pittsburgh dropped to 7-5.Taylor's miscue played a vital part in the Saints win. Sunday's game marked his first since breaking his arm in late September. And Stills' play kept the Saints in contention for a division title in a weak NFC South.While the Steelers defense contained All-Pro Saints tight end Jimmy Graham, holding him without a catch, Stills picked up the offensive slack, finishing with a career-high 162. Meanwhile, the Saints defense, lauded this season for its uninspired play, including a lack of forced turnovers, intercepted Ben Roethlisberger twice then watched Drew Brees capitalize with two passing TDs.Brees connected with tight end Benjamin Watson or a 15-yard score and receiver Nick Toon for an 11-yard TD passRoethlisberger recovered, leading the Steelers to scoring drive in the third quarter, capped by Le'Veon Bell's 1-yard scoring run. But the Saints countered with Stills' big play.Later, Taylor was penalized for a late hit on running back Mark Ingram, a play which led to a sideline medley for about 20 seconds with receiver Joseph Morgan, who took exception to Taylor's antics.One play later, Brees found Marques Colston for a 3-yard score.Sunday's game marked Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis' first game against the Steelers since he left Pittsburgh before last season. Also, former Saints receiver Lance Moore, now playing for the Steelers, caught two passes for 13 and a two-point conversion.Brees finished with 257 yards and a season-high five TDs.Roethlisberger, who injured his right throwing hand during a blitz earlier in the game by middle linebacker Curtis Lofton, passed for 435 yards and two TDs, both thrown to Antonio Brown (eight rec, 97 yards) in the final minutes.The Saints host Carolina next Sunday at the Superdome.