STEELERS-RAVENS SERIES HISTORY
Here is a look at the statistical leaders for the both the Steelers and Ravens heading into the Week 16 contest at M&T Bank Stadium.
Series History:Series began in 1996 *Overall Regular Season:Steelers lead, 21-18 At Pittsburgh:Steelers lead, 12-8 At Baltimore:Ravens lead, 10-9 Neutral Sites:n/a Streak:Ravens won previous meeting Last Regular-Season Meeting:Oct. 1, 2015, in Pittsburgh
Baltimore 23, Pittsburgh 20 OT Postseason Series:Steelers lead, 3-1 Last Post-Season Meeting: Jan. 3, 2015, in Pittsburgh - Wild Card
Baltimore 30, Pittsburgh 17
*(preseason and postseason record not included in overall series record)
This week's game marks the 40th time the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens will meet in the regular season...the Steelers hold a three-game advantage in the all-time series (21-18)...Sunday's game will mark the 13th game between the two teams in the month of December, with the Steelers holding a 7-5 record vs. Baltimore in the previous 12 December meetings, 4-3 on the road in the month.
THE LAST TIME VS. BALTIMORE
Baltimore 23, Pittsburgh 20 (OT) Oct. 1, 2015
Heinz Field (66,929)
Game action from the Pittsburgh Steelers' Week 4 game against the Baltimore Ravens at Heinz Field.
PITTSBURGH -** K Justin Tucker connected on a game- winning 52-yard field goal in overtime to give the Ravens a 23-20 victory over the Steelers on Thursday Night Football.
The Steelers scored the first points of the game midway through the first quarter on K Josh Scobee's 45-yard field goal. Baltimore WR Michael Campanaro scored on a nine- yard run late in the first quarter to give the Ravens a 7-3 advantage.
Pittsburgh scored 10 points in the final 1:37 of the first half, as RB Le'Veon Bell scored on an 11-yard run, and Scobee made a 36-yard field goal to give the team a 13-7 lead head- ing into halftime. Bell finished the game with 129 rushing yards.
QB Mike Vick threw a nine-yard touchdown to WR Darrius Heyward-Bey on Pittsburgh's first drive of the second half to give the team a 20-7 lead. But it would be the last points Pittsburgh would score.
QB Joe Flacco threw a 15-yard touchdown to WR Kamar Aiken to cut the lead, 20-14. Tucker made a 40-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter to cut the lead to just three points, 20-17.
With three seconds remaining in regulation, Tucker connected on a 42-yarder to tie the game and force overtime, when he made the game winner.
Pittsburgh's defense had five sacks for the second time on the season.
|PIT||1||7:41||Scobee 45 yd. FG||8-52; 4:59||3-0|
|BAL||1||0:25||Campanaro 9 yd. run (Tucker kick)||12-75; 7:16||3-7|
|PIT||2||1:37||Bell 11 yd. run (Scobee kick)||8-67; 3:09||10-7|
|PIT||2||0:00||Scobee 36 yd. FG||5-27; 0:39||13-7|
|PIT||3||10:41||Heyward-Bey 9 yd. pass from Vick (Scobee kick)||6-26; 4:08||20-7|
|BAL||3||7:27||Aiken 15 yd. pass from Flacco (Tucker kick)||6-80; 3:14||20-14|
|BAL||4||10:14||Tucker 40 yd. FG||12-38; 6:58||20-17|
|BAL||4||0:03||Tucker 42 yd. FG||7-45; 0:58||20-20|
|BAL||5||5:08||Tucker 52 yd. FG||8-32; 4:33||23-20|
PIT-BAL SERIES HIGHS
Steelers: Ben Roethlisberger - 340 (11/2/2014)
Ravens: Jeff Blake - 336 (12/29/2002)
Steelers: Jerome Bettis - 137 (10/5/1997)
Ravens: Ray Rice - 150 (10/1/2015)
Steelers: Plaxico Burress - 164 (12/16/2001)
Ravens: Qadry Ismail - 258 (12/12/1999)