Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers: Observations and Analysis

October 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I expect Monday sales of blood pressure and heard medication will go up in both Baltimore and Pittsburgh.  For Ravens fans, though, things are looking pretty good after a win at the Steelers, 17-14.
As expected, the game was low scoring and close, coming down to a touchdown pass in the final minute to put the Ravens up by three, then an interception on the first play after the touchdown by the seeming ageless Ray Lewis.
Steelers' fans will look back on two missed field goals and that last interception and wonder "what if?" but they played well and are going in to their bye week 3-1 when few expected they would have a winning record without Big Ben.
The Ravens are now also 3-1, keeping pace with the Steelers for a share of the AFC North lead.  We saw a lot to be happy about, but there are still some things the team needs to address as the season moves along.

With Ray Rice not at 100 percent, Willis McGahee started the game, and played well ...

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