The Baltimore Ravens (3-1-0) and the Pittsburgh Steelers (3-1-0) had it rough on the field Sunday, October 3. Both teams went out and knew that this was going to be a tough challenge and one team made it. This week, Pittsburgh didn’t make the win and defeat the Ravens like they did to the Buccaneers last week. The Baltimore Ravens made it on top and beat the Steelers fairly.
Baltimore Ravens have showed a lot of poise and confidence this season. Their offense and defensive line have played well and better than last season. They are ready for whatever comes their way. The teams recievers have no problem connecting with their quarterback. The Ravens showed all of this in their win against the Steelers.
The Steelers on the other hand, also have a great record for the season, but their is a lot of disappointment for the former Super Bowl stars. Although they have played great games the past couple of weeks, against the Ravens seemed to have put a sudden stop to their career.
It was a fight for the ball for more than half of the first quarter. Finally, Steelers quarterback, Roethlisberger connects with his man and steals the glory for the first touchdown of the game. Of course, as any Steelers fan would, the crowd went wild and became to confident for their own good.
During the second quarter, Baltimore scored 10 points. Half of the quarter has passed, Baltimore was in field goal range and the kick was good. With less than a minute left of the 2nd, the Ravens scored a touchdown. It was a huge surprise and a let down to the Steelers.
Before the starting of the second half it is certain that it is anyone’s game. Both teams are playing miraculously for the win of the 4th game of the season.
Starting of the 3rd quarter, once again, became a fight for the ball. It was turned over multiple times by both teams. Not one team scored another touchdown.
4th quarter is when the excitement started to build. The Steelers were only behind by three points and could easily come back. But the reality of the situation is, the Ravens and the Steelers both scored a touchdown and make the field goals.
The play of the game: Flacco throws to his reciever Houshmandzadeh for an 18 yeard touchdown pass. Baltimore wins the game by 3.
Top Passer of the Game: Joe Flacco (BAL)
Threw 256 yards this game
Top Rusher of the Game: Rashard Mendenhall (PIT)
Ran 79 yards this game
Top Reciever of the Game: Derrick Mason (BAL)
Recieved 80 yards this game3.26.7