Ravens vs. Steelers: 5 Reasons Why Baltimore Couldn't Win in Pittsburgh

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Ravens vs. Steelers:  5 Reasons Why Baltimore Couldn't Win in Pittsburgh
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The AFC divisional round of the playoffs between the Baltimore Ravens (13-5) and Pittsburgh Steelers (13-4) ended up being a twisted, high-scoring affair that not even the most seasoned analyst could’ve foreseen.

The Steelers, aided by three Baltimore turnovers in the span of one quarter, shut the door on the Ravens' hopes of returning to the Super Bowl 10 years from their first appearance at the end of the 2000 NFL season.

Pittsburgh’s 31-24 victory wasn’t indicative of a great offensive performance by any means, but rather, their ability to capitalize off of several lethal Baltimore mistakes which came at the most inopportune moments.

Let’s examine what went so terribly wrong for the Ravens, on a night when Baltimore looked like they could run away with the contest and advance to the AFC Championship.

 

Todd McGregor is a Baltimore Ravens Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report.

Follow Todd's work on Twitter!  Twitter.com/ravens023

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