Pittsburgh rushed for 173 yards, Ben Roethlisberger was sacked only once and the only turnover the Ravens produced came on a ball that went in and out of the hands of Steelers receiver Antonio Brown. As a unit, the Ravens have the talent, speed, tenacity and hitting power to be absolutely disruptive and game-changing, but they're wearing down. If the NFL Network is part of your cable package, you can also live stream the game through the NFL app on XBox, Apple TV, or Roku device on your TV.
The Ravens (2-2) looked every bit like the 32nd-ranked offense in the NFL.
They held the rushing game under 100 yards and also got to the quarterback often. 144 were gained by Le'Veon Bell.
Flacco was 31 of 49 for 235 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. For the Steelers, is also included something more rudimentary, but almost as unexpected - a sputtering offense that was casting their Super Bowl aspirations in doubt.
"If we're good, some of those variables are less important: opponent, game location", Tomlin said.
TIGHT SQUEEZE: The past four games between these teams were decided by one score or less. "We're moving in the right directions in a lot of areas: run game development, taking care of the football". A win there could reverse the trend of fan outrage and give both players and coaches a little breathing room. "You can't panic and say, 'Ok, we're going to do something different'".
"The quarterback is definitely the focal point of the whole thing and it always comes back to the quarterback", said Harbaugh.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco said he wasn't surprised at the boos either. "They need to honor the flag", her husband added. "That's something we've just got to help him with".
"We've made strides this offseason of building our team to get in that situation and win the game", Weddle said.
Several Steelers players defended Brown's passion, saying he's not a distraction to the team. Him and I together may be one of the best QB-WR combos to ever play the game.
The defense came through forcing another three-and-out, and the offense wasn't about to waste an opportunity with just 2:13 to play in the half.
Linebacker Ryan Shazier and cornerback Mike Hilton each had an interception.
"The problem is not new for Collins, who fumbled 17 times and lost nine in three seasons at the University of Arkansas", wrote The Baltimore Sun's Edward Lee. "We just wanted to show our fans that we still do stand in solidarity".
"If it was Heath Miller, I'd ask him if he were open and he'd probably tell me no because he wouldn't want you to feel bad", Roethlisberger continued. Collins also lost two fumbles on 31 carries with the Seattle Seahawks a year ago.