In a deciding game of the AFC North division, the Pittsburgh Steelers stepped up in the last period of the match to capture the win and the divisional title. Baltimore had a perfect chance to upset their rivals at Heinz field, but Steelers high-powered offense was just a bit more than the Ravens could handle.
Pittsburgh had scored only 10 points before the duel went into the final quarter of the game. Le’Veon Bell was the only guy that was effective on the offensive side of the ball for the Steelers in the first three-quarters of this contest.
As soon as the fourth period began, the Steelers stepped up and started moving the chains. They scored two touchdowns in the opening minutes of the final part and took the lead. Their defense was unable to make a stand as the Ravens got into the end zone with under two minutes left in the game.
It seemed that Steelers’ comeback is going to fall short, but Big Ben and Antonio Brown didn’t let that happen. Roethlisberger and Brown hooked up on a couple of plays, including that TD pass that won this duel and the division for Pittsburgh.
With them sitting at 10-5 right now, the Ravens can’t catch them and are out of the Playoff picture. The Steelers are holding the third seed in the AFC right now, looking to host the Miami Dolphins in the Wild Card weekend. They already played them this season, but lost to The Fins in Miami.
They are a much better team right now than they were when they battled Miami. Steelers are red-hot right now, good enough to beat anybody in the AFC.