Sunday Night Football: The Steelers keep their playoff hopes alive with a late touchdown, winning 16-13

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Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens

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The Steelers were fighting for their playoff life. The Ravens were fighting to stay alive in the AFC North race.

A defensive battle went down to the corps, with Nagy Harris Catching a touchdown pass 10 yards from Kenny Beckett With 56 seconds left to give the Steelers a 16-13 win.

The Steelers went 8-8 and stayed alive, though they would need a help to get a berth. They started the season 2-6. The Ravens fell to 10-6, giving the Bengals a chance to clinch the division with a win on Monday.

Crows hasty edge Jason Pierre Paul Pickett nearly sacked on third-and-eight by the Baltimore 10, but Steelers quarterback broke free, rolled left and hit a perfect pass to Harris, who had Rochuan Smith coverage. A Harris touchdown ended a streak of 40 consecutive possessions by the Baltimore defense without allowing a touchdown home run.

Pickett had consecutive big plays on an 11-play, 80-yard, connecting game Pat Freermuth for 20 yards and Stephen Sims for 28 yards to get the Steelers in position to win.

The Crows, with the league’s leading scorer on their side, had plenty of time to get into goal range. But Minka Fitzpatrick I objected Tyler Huntley on a dedicated pass Demarcus Robinson 13 seconds ago.

The first three scores came from the Steelers Chris Boswell Field goals of 21, 51 and 33 yards. He missed a 48-yard attempt, kicked from the upright, after missing two last week.

The Ravens took a 10-3 halftime lead, as Huntley caught a 7-yard touchdown pass to Possible Isaiah With seven seconds remaining in the second quarter.

followed Cameron HaywardUnnecessary roughness penalty with 11 seconds left in the match. Steelers stop JK Dobbins He shorted the line to gain on third down before Heyward did it all as the two teams battled for the mound.

The Ravens took a 13-3 lead on 51 yards Justin Tucker A field goal with 9:31 left in the third quarter, but they didn’t score again.

Pickett went 15 of 27 for 168 yards and a touchdown, while Huntley was 14 of 21 for 130 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Crows narrow end Mark Andrews Nine catches for 100 yards.

Harris had 22 carries for 111 yards and caught two passes for 12 yards and the game winner.

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