Pittsburgh Steelers. 3. team. 55. It was yet another down-to-the-wire affair between the Steelers and Baltimore Ravens. And down 20-10 in the fourth quarter, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and wideout Le’Veon Bell saved their best for last. The resilient signal-caller led his club to three touchdowns in the final 15 minutes and capped off the 31-27 comeback victory with a scoring toss to Brown, he caught the ball inside the one-yard line and extended it over the goal line with nine seconds to play. Roethlisberger would finish the evening with 279 yards and three touchdowns but was also picked off twice. Bell ran for 122 yards on Baltimore’s highly-ranked defense and scored a pair of touchdowns both via the ground and through the air.
<p>Next Week: The Steelers host the 1-14 Cleveland Browns, who finally got their first win of the season last week. It will be extremely interesting to see how Mike Tomlin plays this due to the fact that he would probably like to give his workhorse running back a little rest prior to the postseason. Then again, this is a team with an awful lot of momentum heading into the playoffs and the Steelers’ head coach may not want to overthink the process. If Pittsburgh is clicking on all cylinders, they could be a dangerous club in the hunt for a seventh Lombardi Trophy.</p>. 10-5. Previous: