All night, for virtually everything that the Baltimore Ravens have had for the Pittsburgh Steelers, the men from the Steel City have had an answer for. You would expect nothing less from either team in this heated rivalry, especially on such a big stage.
With time running out in the game, though, the Steelers need every answer they can get, and they got a big one in the fourth quarter.
Down 19-7, Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh offense drove 60 yards down the field and made the game that much tighter when rookie running back Le’Veon Bell ran one in from one-yard out to cut the lead to 19-14:
That was a great way of just using old-fashioned Steelers football to get back in the game there. But, what may have been even better was the dance by the rookie out of Michigan State afterwards.
The celebration was a bit short-lived, however, and the Ravens have since added a field goal. It’s still a one-possession game at 22-14, but the Steelers will need to get the touchdown and the two-point conversion if they want to keep some hopes of pulling out the win on the road.