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7-6, 2nd in AFC North

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh on the decision to throw the ball on two of three plays in second-to-last drive: "We could run it. We could pass it. You do whatever you can to try to get yards. If it works, it's a good call. If it doesn't work, it's not a good call."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh on whether there is a reason why quarterback Joe Flacco and wide receiver Jeremy Maclin haven't been connecting: "No. Not really."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Here is the exact rule on why the final eight seconds ticked off after Ravens' final play Sunday in Pittsburgh: ARTICLE 2. SCRIMMAGE DOWN. Following any timeout (3-37), the game clock shall be started on a scrimmage down when the ball is next snapped, except in the following situations: (f) If a fumble or backward pass by any player goes out of bounds, the game clock starts when an official places the ball at the inbounds line, and the Referee signals that the ball is ready for play.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh on whether there was confusion after Joe Flacco fumbled the ball out of bounds and the final seconds expired to end the game before the team could get another play off: "I don't even remember. At that point in time, were there eight seconds left? Did the game turn on that? I don't think so."

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Harbaugh maintains focus on next game (0:26)
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Flacco says last play blunder was team's fault (0:28)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens safety Eric Weddle on the 39-38 loss to the Steelers: "It's tough to even put it in words, given the game went like that. I'm just frustrated to say the least. Disappointed. If you told me the offense would've put up 38 points against them, I would say 100 percent we would've won."

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Steelers squeak by Ravens (2:02)
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Bell hits pay dirt three times against Ravens (1:24)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Just like last December, the Ravens let a lead slip through their grasp in the final minute in Pittsburgh. As a result, Baltimore had to watch its biggest rival celebrate winning the AFC North title for the second straight year. The Ravens didn't have the offensive firepower to match the Steelers and had no answers in slowing down Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown.

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Allen just gets across goal line for TD (0:30)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

It's going to be up to the Joe Flacco and the Ravens offense to deliver the upset in Pittsburgh. Baltimore's defense has struggled to stop Antonio Brown all game and can't consistently slow down the Steelers.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Where has this Ravens offense been all season? Baltimore has scored on five straight drives: touchdown, touchdown, field goal, touchdown and touchdown. An offense that has been criticized for being too conservative has now put up 31 points against the NFL's No. 4 defense.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens defense regrouped at halftime and has allowed 21 yards on first three series, including back-to-back three-and-outs. This looks more like the defense that has slowed down most teams this season.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Roethlisberger started 16-of-19 against four or more rushers, via ESPN Stats and Information, but Baltimore clearly bringing more pressure in second half. Steelers yet to respond.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

This isn't your typical Ravens-Steelers game. A rivalry dominated by defense has featured 44 combined points and only three punts through three quarters.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Once down 14-0, Ravens have shown resiliency on offense to take their lead of the game. The Ravens have rallied on the strength of Alex Collins' running and Joe Flacco's downfield passing. Baltimore has scored on its past four drives: touchdown, touchdown, field goal and touchdown.

Team Stats

Passing Yards179.830th
Rushing Yards118.39th
Points For24.5Tied-8th