The Baltimore Ravens lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers in a score of 26 – 9. This will be the first time since 2012 that the Steelers won at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Ravens looked out of sync. No tight coverage, they missed several blocks. This team is slowing traveling down instead of coming up. It seems a long way from Week 2.
In order to be a contender in the postseason, this team’s offense and defense must step up.
Michael Pierce has been doing a good job at holding Bell in place.
Steelers wide receiver Anthony Brown caught a pass and fumbled. Ball was scooped up by Eric Weddle. The play was ruled as a completed pass. Coach Harbaugh challenged the ruling. It was overturned and called an interception. Good job guys!
Breshad Perriman was open for a catch but the ball tipped his hands. Ball going over his fingers.
Flacco holds onto the ball too much. This proves fatal and he gets another sack.
The Ravens settle for a 42-yard touchdown.
19 – 3 STEELERS
Steelers continue to move their team downfield. On a pass, Anthony Brown collides with three Ravens defenders and loses the pass. They have to settle for a 44-yard field goal.
Collins continue to push through defenders, even strong-arming them for a first-down.
Mike Wallace catches a 16-yard touchdown catch. The team tries for a two-point conversion. It is ruled good but after review, it showed Terrance West’s elbow hit the ground before he crossed.
19 – 9 STEELERS
Flacco’s pocket falls apart and he is sacked, again. Without Yanda, this line falls apart against a good defense.
Benjamin Watson makes a difficult 10-yard catch. He has not seen too much action today on the field.
Mike Wallace continues to steal the show with a 14-yard first-down.
Flacco gets another sack. He does not run for any first downs and holds onto the ball too long. No offensive line can hold a defensive player forever.
Ravens defensive tackle Willie Henry deflects a pass from Steelers quarterback Roethlisberger. He has been busy on defense stopping Le’Veon Bell.
Flacco through an interception meant for Benjamin Watson. Luckily, the Steelers could not do anything with it.
Flacco continues to throw incomplete passes to his receivers and on a third down play, he throws yet another interception. This time, the Steelers make good and at second and goal, Bell rushes in a one-yard touchdown.
26 – 9 STEELERS
Perriman makes a catch but fumbles the ball after he hits the ground. He definitely has not lived up to his first round status.