4 winners and 4 losers from Steelers 28-24 win vs. Ravens
Here are the Steelers winner and losers after a close 28-24 win over the Ravens.
It wasn’t always pretty, and it certainly had some scary moments, but the Steelers leave Baltimore with a 7-0 record and are squarely in first in the AFC North race. It was a tale of two halves for the team, as the first half saw struggles and disappointment despite an early pick-six. The Steelers did little after that, however – allowing the Ravens to put up 17 unanswered points.
Going into the second half, things seemed dim for the Steelers. Some big defensive plays and a few timely scores helped Pittsburgh get back on schedule though. Suddenly, the Steelers stormed back and retook a 21-17 lead. That score would be jostled a little, but ultimately, Mike Tomlin’s team would find themselves up 28-24 going into the final drive. Things didn’t get easier though, as it was very much anyone’s game until the final seconds ticked off.
With the game being so much in question for much of the matchup, it isn’t surprising that there is an even list of winners and losers in this game. While some Steelers played extremely well, others struggled to make a positive impact. Others even contributed as both winners and losers due to their overall play. While the win was great to see, it doesn’t excuse the players who suffered to produce. With all of this said, here are the four winners and four losers of the Steelers 28-24 win over the Ravens.