Pittsburgh, PA — The Pittsburgh Steelers overcame a rough first half to claim first place in the AFC North with a 17-10 win against the Baltimore Ravens. The game was filled with missed opportunities and questionable decisions, but the Steelers’ defense and special teams came through in the second half to secure the victory. Kenny Pickett connected with George Pickens for a crucial touchdown, and T.J. Watt’s two sacks proved decisive. Despite their flaws, the Steelers now sit atop the division heading into the bye week.
The Pittsburgh Steelers scored 14 unanswered second-half points to defeat their rival.
Key Points of Game:
- Pittsburgh Steelers overcome a rough start to secure a 17-10 win over the Baltimore Ravens.
- The Steelers’ defense and special teams played a crucial role in the comeback.
- Wide receiver George Pickens and linebacker T.J. Watt had standout performances.