Relive a comeback over the Ravens

For those of you looking for something fun to fill your Saturday night, we have the solution for you.

As part of the NFL's outreach to fans to help them deal with staying at home and not having live sports, the NFL has reached a deal with their broadcast partners to re-air classic games.

And the Steelers win over the Baltimore Ravens in 2010 was definitely a classic. For Steelers fans especially.

Tonight, NBCSN will re-air the Steelers Week 13 win over the Ravens at 7 p.m. ET. The game, which was played on December 5, 2010 at M&T Bank Stadium, was a come-from-behind win spearheaded by the one and only Troy Polamalu.

Polamalu, who was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in the game, came up big late in the game for the Steelers when he sacked Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, stripping the ball free. LaMarr Woodley recovered and returned it to the nine-yard line with just 3:13 on the clock and the Steelers trailing 10-6.

The offense took advantage when Ben Roethlisberger hit Isaac Redman, who broke several tackles, for a nine-yard touchdown.

"Troy's a great player," said Coach Mike Tomlin. "A lot of guys would go in there and sack the quarterback. He sees the game a little differently, that's what makes him special. He got the ball out, unfortunately, we weren't able to get the ball in the end zone, but our offense finished the job for us."

Polamalu finished the game with five tackles, a sack, forced fumble, and two quarterback hurries and the Steelers finished the game with a key AFC North win.

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