Steelers at Ravens: Highlights, score and recap


Though held to a touchdown over the final 30 minutes, Pittsburgh (3-1) mounted enough of an attack before halftime to earn its first victory in Baltimore since 2012. "Given how optimistic the Ravens were about their young pass rushers coming into the season, they had to be disappointed with that production".

It just might continue for a while because, with the exception of Denver, saying there's no place like home doesn't fit the National Football League this season.

The Steelers receiver appeared to go on a tirade after Ben Roethlisberger didn't look his way on third-and-four early in the second quarter of the Steelers' 26-9 win Sunday.

The latest betting odds have Pittsburgh favored by 2.5 points, via OddsShark, and the over/under is 42 points. All anyone said was, "The Steelers played down to the Bears". I don't plan on nobody seeing that type of defense and that type of Ravens team anymore this season. Ravens Coach John Harbaugh had thanked him for his service.

-Don't look now but the Steelers are among the league leaders on defense in nearly every statistical category.

STREAK OVER: The Steelers were delighted to leave Baltimore victorious for the first time in four years.

"Hopefully Ben has an all-star day", Ramon Foster said of their upcoming opponent, saying that Jacksonville will try to shut down the run. but the Jaguars have the league-best pass defense and the league-worst run defense in terms of yards allowed. The pass fell incomplete, and the Steelers had to punt. Running back Terrance West was ruled down on an attempted 2-point conversion after a review. And that's what I think our guys did.

The Ravens will be without tight end Maxx Williams (ankle), defensive tackle Brandon Williams (foot), defensive end Brent Urban (foot) and rookie cornerback Jaylen Hill (thigh).

Quarterback Kaepernick has led a team in a recent Super Bowl but remains unemployed, with the theory he is being shunned because of his stance hard to ignore.

After getting a stop or creating a turnover, setting their offense up for a big drive, the Ravens defense has watched much of their efforts squandered. In week two, it was Bryant, and Le'Veon Bell's turn came on Sunday.

Receiver Antonio Brown threw a bit of a tantrum on the sideline when he tossed a gatorade cooler and proceeded to yell at offensive coordinator Todd Haley.

It was an all-around encouraging performance by the offense that took advantage of Ravens mistakes. This should give Bell and other rushers an opportunity to find holes.

"When I got up here, not knowing a lot about this organization, a lot of the first things I heard were, 'Beat the Steelers, '" Humphrey said.

The Steelers have dished out contracts worth up to $121 million for defensive ends Stephon Tuitt and Cam Heyward. Free safety Mike Mitchell was a second-round pick by Oakland.