Baltimore Ravens 19-20 Pittsburgh Steelers: Ravens lose to AFC North rivals on failed two-point try as time expires

Lamar Jackson made 23 of 37 shots for 253 yards, with a touchdown and interception, adding 55 yards on the ground for Baltimore; Ben Roethlisberger finished 21 of 31 for 236 yards, making two passes to Dionte Johnson in the fourth quarter.

The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Baltimore Ravens 20-19 in a typical AFC North divisional clash, as the Ravens missed a winning two-point attempt over time.

The ensuing kick-off went out of bounds, giving Baltimore a good position on the pitch. The Ravens then converted a big third and 14th as they made their way down the field, Lamar Jackson finding Sammy Watkins with a six-meter hit with 12 seconds left.

Rather than picking up an extra point to bring the game to overtime, Baltimore went for two to win, but despite Mark Andrews being open to play, tight-end Voronov could not stretch his left arm enough to hit Jackson’s pass. … for a winning game.

That means Pittsburgh (6-5-1) is returning to winning paths after being hit by gunfire during an ugly three-game stretch in which they went 0-2-1 – catching up with then-loser Detroit Lions and suffering a crushing defeat. Cincinnati Bengals. Meanwhile, Baltimore (8-4) are losing their No. 1 seed spot in the AFC after being defeated.

Crows

Late drama ensued at Heinz Field as Baltimore Ravens scored a late touchdown but failed to convert a two-pointer to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Late drama ensued at Heinz Field as Baltimore Ravens scored a late touchdown but failed to convert a two-pointer to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Steelers

A draw in the first quarter signals an upcoming offensive struggle: Baltimore’s debut drive will end with a Jackson interception in the red zone, and Minka Fitzpatrick will play on a pass destined for Andrews.

In the end, the Crows opened the scoring in the middle of the second quarter when Devonta Freeman completed a 16-game 99-yard trip with a three-yard drop.

A pair of field goals on either side of the inning will be the highlight of the second and third quarters – Chris Boswell hits the bar from 53-meter for the Steelers before half-time, and Justin Tucker scores 35-yard in Baltimore’s debut. series after intermission.

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