By the Numbers: 60 minutes wasn't enough

PITTSBURGH, Pa. - A deep dive into the numbers from the Week 4 game against the Baltimore Ravens.


60 minutes wasn't long enough to settle this AFC North slugfest between the Steelers and Ravens. Tied at 20 at the end of regulation, the game went into overtime and wasn't settled until Baltimore kicker Justin Tucker made a 52-yard game-winning field goal with 4:33 left in the overtime period.


Cornerback Ross Cockrell recorded his first career interception when he picked off Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco in the 2nd quarter and returned it 37 yards. Cockrell also recovered a 3rd quarter fumble forced by defensive end Cam Heyward.


Running back Le'Veon Bell carried the ball 22 times for 129 yards, a 5.9 yards per carry average. Bell also scored on an 11-yard touchdown run in the 2nd quarter. In the passing game, Bell tallied 21 receiving yards on 7 catches.


In his first start at quarterback for the Steelers, Mike Vick threw the ball 26 times, completing 19, for 124 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions. These stats resulted in a 95.7 quarterback rating on the night.


The Steelers defense spent quite a bit of time in the Ravens' backfield Thursday night, sacking Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco five times. Lawrence Timmons, Stephon Tuitt, James Harrison, Sean Spence and Cam Heyward all recorded sacks for the Steelers.


In addition to his sack of Flacco, Lawrence Timmons recorded nine solo tackles on the evening and one assist for total of 11 tackles for the game. His 11 total tackles on the night led the Steelers defense.


With 33 rushing yards, quarterback Mike Vick increased his NFL record for rushing yards by a quarterback to 6,038. Second on this list is Randall Cunningham with 4,928 career rushing yards.

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