Series History: Steelers vs. Ravens


Series History: Series began in 1996Overall Regular Season: Steelers lead, 20-17At Pittsburgh: Steelers lead, 11-7At Baltimore: Ravens lead, 10-9Neutral Sites: n/a
Streak: Ravens won previous two meetingsLast Regular-Season Meeting: Sept. 11, 2014 at Baltimore (Baltimore 26, Pittsburgh 6)Postseason Series: Steelers lead, 3-0Last Post-Season Meeting: Jan. 15, 2011 in Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh 31, Baltimore 24)

(preseason and postseason record not included in overall series record)

This week's game marks the 38th time the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens will meet in the regular season and the 19th time in Pittsburgh, where the Steelers are 11-7 vs. the Ravens...The two teams are meeting for the 13th time in primetime during the regular season, with the series being split at 6-6.

Baltimore 26, Pittsburgh 6Sept. 11, 2014M&T Bank Stadium (71,181)

BALTIMORE – The Baltimore Ravens defeated the Steelers, 26-6, at M&T Bank Stadium on Thursday Night Football.

Pittsburgh marched into Ravens' territory on its opening drive of the contest before the drive was stalled at the Baltimore 16-yard line due to a fumble recovered by the defense. QB Joe Flacco then led his team on a 12-play, 85-yard drive that he capped off with a two-yard touchdown pass to TE Owen Daniels to give the Ravens a 7-0 lead.

K Justin Tucker connected on a 30-yard field goal midway through the second quarter to increase Baltimore's lead 10-0. K Shaun Suisham connected on a 25-yard field goal late in the second quarter and the teams entered halftime with Baltimore leading 10-3.

Suisham added a 43-yarder early in the third quarter to cut the lead 10-6, but it would be the last points Pittsburgh would score. On the Ravens' ensuing possession, Flacco led the team on a 12-play, 80-yard drive and he capped it off with another touchdown pass to Daniels, this time a one-yarder, to give Baltimore a 17-6 lead.

The Ravens' defense forced two fourth quarter turnovers to close the door on a Pittsburgh comeback. Tucker added three fourth quarter field goals, from 23 yards, 22 yards and 20 yards to give Baltimore its final points of the contest.


STEELERS (1-1)03306
Ravens (1-1)737926


BAL112:43Daniels 2-yd. pass from Flacco (Tucker kick)12-85; 6:260-7
BAL23:29Tucker 30-yd. field goal12-65; 5:320-10
PIT26:14Suisham 25-yd. field goal11-73; 5:113-10
PIT31:46Suisham 43-yd. field goal6-27; 2:566-10
BAL30:15Daniels 1-yd. pass from Flacco (Tucker kick)12-80; 6:326-17
BAL412:10Tucker 23-yd. field goal10-53; 3:516-20
BAL45:13Tucker 22-yd. field goal6-16; 2:466-23
BAL42:09Tucker 20-yd. field goal7-53; 4:576-26


1st Downs1725
3rd Downs6-12 (50%)5-12 (42%)
4th Downs0-0 (0%)1-1 (100%)
Total Net Yards301323
Rushing Yards99157
Rush Att.-Avg.18-5.536-4.4
Passing Yards202166
Sacks By0-02-15
Time of Poss.24:5235:08


RUSHING:Pit. – Bell 11-59; Wheaton 2-22; Brown 2-10; Blount 3-8.
Bal. – Pierce 22-96; Forsett 8-56; Flacco 5-3; Jones 1-2.

PASSING: Pit. – Roethlisberger 37-22-217, 1 INT;
Bal. – Flacco 29-21-166 2TD.

Pit. –  A. Brown 7-90; Bell 5-48; Wheaton 5-38; Miller 4-35; J. Brown 1-6.   Bal. –  S. Smith 6-71; Daniels 5-28, 2TD; Forsett 4-16; Pitta 3-30; T. Smith 1-10; Pierce 1-7; Jones 1-4.



SteelersKordell Stewart33312/16/2001
RavensJeff Blake33612/29/2002


SteelersJerome Bettis13710/5/1997
RavensRay Rice14112/27/2009


SteelersPlaxico Burress16412/16/2001
RavensQadry Ismail25812/12/1999

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