Baltimore 23, Pittsburgh 20Oct. 1, 2015Post-Game Notes
• The Steelers are now 21-18 against the Ravens in the regular season in their series history, including 12-8 at home.
• The Steelers are now 7-7 against Baltimore in primetime games in the regular season.
• Pittsburgh is now 9-6 against Baltimore at Heinz Field in the regular season since the stadium opened in 2001.
• The Steelers are now 5-2 against the Ravens in the month of October and 3-2 at home in October against Baltimore.
• Pittsburgh is now to 8-8 all-time on Thursday Night Football, including 6-2 at home.
• The defense matched a 2015 single-game high with 5.0 sacks (Sept. 20 vs. San Francisco).
• The Steelers are 425-273-2 during the regular season since 1970.
Head Coach Mike Tomlin
• Is now 84-48 during the regular season, including 48-18 at home.
• Is now 8-9 all-time against Baltimore the regular season, 5-4 at home.
• Is now 33-16 against the AFC North all-time during the regular season and 19-6 at home against the conference.
• Is now 22-9 in the month of October as the Steelers' head coach and 13-3 at home in October.
QB Mike Vick
• Made his 112th career start and first as a Steeler and completed 19-of-26 passes for 124 yards with one touchdown for a passer rating of 95.7 and rushed for 33 yards on nine attempts.
• Threw his first touchdown pass with the Steelers to WR Darrius Heyward-Bey from nine yards out in the third quarter, his 132nd career touchdown pass.
• With 33 rushing yards, increased his NFL record for rushing yards by a quarterback to 6,038. Second on this list is Randall Cunningham with 4,928 yards.
WR Antonio Brown
• Caught five passes for 42 yards and returned three punts for 51 yards, including a long of 29.
• Extended his consecutive regular-season games started streak to 24 – tying as the fifth-longest active consecutive games started streak among NFL wide receivers.
• Has registered at least one reception in 76 consecutive games in which he has played, including the postseason – dating back to October 3, 2010.
• Surpassed his own franchise record (32) for the most catches by a Steeler in the first four games of a season with his fifth grab, setting a new mark with 37.
• With five receptions, increased his career total to 50 catches – the most among active NFL wide receivers against Baltimore.
• Set a franchise record for the most receiving yards through the first four games of a season with 478. The previous record was held by Mike Wallace with 454 yards in 2011.
Game action from the Pittsburgh Steelers' Week 4 game against the Baltimore Ravens at Heinz Field.
WR Darrius Heyward-Bey**
• Caught his second touchdown of the season from nine yards out from QB Mike Vick in the third quarter, his second scoring grab of the season and 14th of his NFL career.
RB Le'Veon Bell
• Has started each of his 31 career games played.
• Totaled 129 rushing yards and 21 receiving yards with one rushing touchdown.
• Eclipsed the 100-yard rushing barrier for the sixth time in his NFL career.
• Totaled 150 yards from scrimmage – the 19th game of his NFL career with more than 100 yards from scrimmage.
• Has recorded at least 100 yards from scrimmage in four consecutive regular-season games, dating back to Dec. 28, 2014 vs. Cincinnati.
• Scored the 21st touchdown of his NFL career, on an 11-yard run, increasing his career totals to 18 rushing and 3 receiving.
• Joined Jerome Bettis (4,603) as the second player in franchise history to reach 3,750 yards from scrimmage in his first three seasons with the team. Bell's current total stands at 3,756 yards.
TE Heath Miller
• Extended his consecutive regular-season games started streak to 34 – the third-longest active consecutive games started streak among NFL tight ends.
• With his catch, extended his consecutive games played with a catch streak to 108 – dating back to 11/3/2008 vs. Washington (including the postseason).
• With his catch, extended his consecutive regular season games played with a catch streak to 101 – dating back to 11/3/2008 vs. Washington – the eighth active streak in the NFL of at least 100 consecutive regular season games played with a catch.
• Joins Hines Ward (186) as only the second player in team history to have recorded at least one catch in 101 consecutive regular season games.
• Increased his career totals to 62 catches and 638 receiving yards and six touchdown catches – the most among active NFL players in all categories against Baltimore.
FB Will Johnson
• Extended his consecutive regular-season games played streak to 35 – tying as the second-longest active consecutive games played streak among NFL fullbacks.
DE Cameron Heyward
• Extended his consecutive regular-season games played streak to 68 – the sixth-longest active consecutive games played streak among NFL defensive ends.
• Recorded a sacked and forced fumble of Ravens QB Joe Flacco in the third quarter, with the ball being recovered by CB Ross Cockrell. Finished the game with seven tackles – all solo.
• Increased his 2015 sack total to 2.0 and career sack total to 17.0.
• The forced fumble was his second career forced fumble (first Oct. 9, 2011 vs. Tennessee).
DE Stephon Tuitt
• Sacked Ravens QB Joe Flacco in the first quarter, extending his consecutive games with a sack streak to three.
• Established a new career-high with 10 tackles, all solo, along with two stops for a loss.
DT Cam Thomas
• Extended his consecutive regular-season games played streak to 68 – marking the fourth-longest active consecutive games played streak among NFL defensive tackles.
CB William Gay
• Extended his consecutive regular season games played streak to 132 – the longest active consecutive games played streak among NFL cornerbacks.
CB Ross Cockrell**
• Recorded the first interception and fumble recovery of his NFL career. Picked off Ravens QB Joe Flacco in the second quarter and recovered a Flacco fumble forced by DE Cameron Heyward on a sack in the third quarter.
LB James Harrison
• Joined Jason Gildon (77.0) as only the second player in team history to record 70.0 sacks since the statistic became official in 1982, when he took down QB Joe Flacco for a 10-yard loss late in the fourth quarter.
• Notched a season-best eight tackles (five solo), along with two stops for a loss.
LB Lawrence Timmons
• Extended his streak of consecutive regular-season games started to 73 – the longest active streak among current Steelers – and the fifth-longest active streak among NFL linebackers.
• Extended his consecutive regular season games played streak to 92 – the fourth-longest active consecutive games played streak among NFL linebackers.
• Notched his first sack of the season, bringing down Ravens QB Joe Flacco in the second quarter, increasing his career total to 29.0.
• Led the defense with 11 tackles (10 solo) – his 34th game with double-digit tackles.
LB Sean Spence
• Recorded a sack of Ravens QB Joe Flacco, his second career sack, and first since Dec. 28, 2014 vs. Cincinnati.