BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Ravens scored on an unlikely touchdown run to stay in the playoff race.
Latavius Murray went virtually untouched on a 46-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, which was his longest run since 2014. Murray hadn't had a run longer than 16 yards all season.
On Baltimore's first drive of the second half, Murray followed pulling guard Ben Cleveland and raced up the middle of the defense. It was the longest of the season for the Ravens and the second-longest allowed by Pittsburgh this season.
This gave the Ravens a 10-3 lead over the Steelers and ended a drought. Baltimore hadn't scored an offensive touchdown in 18 straight drives.