Game Day Blog: It's Steelers-Ravens

Overtime: Steelers 20, Ravens 23
Scoring Play: Justin Tucker 52-yard field goal

OVERTIME In Pittsburgh

Fourth Quarter: Steelers 20, Ravens 20
Scoring Play: Justin Tucker 42-yard field goal
Scoring Summary: 7-45-0:58

Fourth Quarter: Steelers 20, Ravens 17
Scoring Play: Justin Tucker 40-yard field goal
Scoring Summary: 12-38-6:58

Injury Update: WR Steve Smith Sr. has a lower back injury and his return is questionable.

Third Quarter: Steelers 20, Ravens 14
Scoring Play: Joe Flacco 15-yard touchdown pass to Kamar Aiken.
Scoring Summary: 6-80-3:14


Third Quarter: Steelers 20, Ravens 7**
Scoring Play: Michael Vick nine-yard touchdown pass to Darrius Heyward-Bey.
Scoring Summary: 6-26-4:08

Second Quarter: Steelers 13, Ravens 7
Scoring Play: Josh Scobee, 36 yard FG
Scoring Summary: 5-27-0:39

Second Quarter: Steelers 10, Ravens 7
Scoring Play: Le'Veon Bell, 11 yard run
Scoring Summary: 8-67-3:09

First Quarter: Steelers 3, Ravens 7
Scoring Play: Michael Campanaro nine-yard run.
Scoring Summary: 12-75-7:16

First Quarter: Steelers 3, Ravens 0
Scoring Play: Josh Scobee 45-yard field goal
Scoring Summary: 8-52-4:59

Pittsburgh Steelers Inactives#7 - QB Ben Roethlisberger

28 - CB Cortez Allen

50 - LB Ryan Shazier

62 - NT Daniel McCullers

56 - LB Anthony Chickillo

81 - TE Jesse James

89 - TE Matt Spaeth

Happening at Heinz Field tonight:

-- The Steelers will celebrate the career of Hall of Fame running back Jerome Bettis at halftime when he receives his Hall of Fame ring during a special ceremony. Former Coach Bill Cowher will present Bettis with the ring during what will be an energetic ceremony.

"It's only fitting that this happens in front of the Steelers faithful," said Bettis. "They have supported me and been behind me for so long. It's great to be able to do it in front of Steelers fans who have been behind me my entire career."

While Bettis will treasure his Hall of Fame ring forever, there is another ring that hold pretty special meaning for him … his Super Bowl XL Champions ring.

"That was amazing. That's what you dream of, getting that Super Bowl ring," said Bettis. "That's what it's all about. It's not about the Hall of Fame and all of that, it's about winning championships. That is the goal. With that being the goal, that was the ultimate accomplishment.

"It was never being a Hall of Famer. That wasn't the dream. The dream was winning the Super Bowl."

A behind the scenes look at pregame warmups and locker room prep before the Pittsburgh Steelers' Week 4 game against the Baltimore Ravens

-- Season ticket holders kick things off pregame by unfurling a 60-yard Terrible Towel.

-- Tonight is the Steelers Breast Cancer Awareness Game. As a part of it survivors will be honored on the field prior to the game, and Gladys Bettis, a breast cancer survivor and mother of Hall of Fame running back Jerome Bettis, will lead the Terrible Towel Twirl. There will also be pink breast cancer awareness elements throughout Heinz Field.

-- The National Anthem will be sung by Tony Desare from the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.*

-- *Nelline Talton will be honored as the ATI Hometown Hero. Talton, a breast cancer survivor, served in the United States Air Force as a radiologic technologist and mammography specialist.

-- The Dick's Sporting Goods co-captains for today's game are William Lipscomb and Alijah Parker.

-- The Steelers will honor Coach of the Week winners at the two-minute warning of the first half. This week's winners are Fred Mozzocio, Neshannok (Week 3) and Steve Sciullo, Deer Lakes (Week 4).

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