Steelers vs. Ravens: Live Play-By-Play and Analysis
Good Sunday afternoon football fans, Jonathan Cyprowski (Steelers Featured Columnist) here with you for the duration of the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. the Baltimore Ravens game live from Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Keep it locked here for live play-by-play and analysis from the game, as I bring you all the action real-time as it happens.
The Ravens move up to 3-1 after the win today, handing the Steelers their first loss of the season, and causing a tie atop the AFC North going in to Pittsburgh's bye week.
At 3-1 the Steelers are in much better shape than many expected them to be now that QB Ben Roethlisberger will be officially allowed to practice with the team beginning Tuesday morning. The Steelers are entering their bye week, and will be in action against the Cleveland Browns in week six.
For further analysis and a complete review of the game check out my Monday article "The Good, Bad, and Ugly",tomorrow on BleacherReport.com.
Baltimore 17 - Pittsburgh 14
BAL kneels on the ball to expire the clock.
Batch to throw intercepted by Ray Lewis, giving the Ravens their first INT of the season and handing the Steelers their first loss of the season.
Brown returns the kickoff to the 16 yard line.
RAVENS 17 - STEELERS 14
18 yard TD pass Flacco to Houshmenzedah
EP by Cundiff
:32 left in the game
EP is good by Cundiff.
Flacco goes to the endzone caught by Houshmenzedah all alone for a BAL Touchdown.
Flacco connects with TJ for another 1st down to the 18.
2nd and 1, Pass to Boldin complete for 6 yards and a 1st down. Boldin steps out fo bounds to stop clock :41
Flacco to Boldin for 9 yards.
Holding # 57 Keyaron Fox. Penalty is enforced on the end of the play. BAL ball on the PIT 40.
Sepulveda punts, fair caught by Zbikowski at the PIT 49. Penalty on the play.
Mendenhall on 3rd down loses a 1/2 yard. Sepulveda will punt from his own endzone with 1:15 left in the game.
False start PIT - #89 Matt Spaeth - 5 yards
Steelers will have a 3rd and 7 from their own 6 yard line after the two minute warning.
*** TWO MINUTE WARNING ***
Mendenhall carries the ball for a gain of three.
Chris Kemoeatu jumps off sides moving the Steelers back half the distance to the 3.
2:35 left in the game.
Steelers take over on downs. Mendenhall carries on 1st down for two yards. BAL uses their last timeout.
Last year's scapegoat comes up big twice on the goal line for PIT.
Fade pass for Boldin in the left corner of the endzone. incomplete pass defended by Gay.
Flacco under center, Timeout called by PIT. That's their first charged timeout.
4th and goal, BAL going for it, calls timeout to avoid penalty. That's their 2nd timeout.
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