Ravens' costly errors cost them the game, as the Steelers stay unbeaten
Baltimore- Lamar Jackson had a couple of costly errors they halted the Ravens.
After a slow start in the first quarter, the Ravens got on the score board. Lamar Jackson threw a six-yard touchdown strike to Miles Boykin to tie up the game against the Steelers, 7-7.. After the Ravens scored their first touchdown, the offense stalled a bit. Jackson was intercepted mid-way in the first, as he tried to squeeze the ball in double coverage.
Jackson started to settle down in the second quarter. With a mixture of pass and running plays, the Ravens had the Steelers on their heels. Gus Edwards finished off a six minute drive with a one-yard touchdown run to go atop of Pittsburgh, 14-7. Justin Tucker kicked a 51-yard field goal as time expired in the first half to extend the Ravens' lead, 17-7.
At the start of the second half, the Ravens allowed the Steelers to get back in the game with Ben Roethlisberger throwing a 18- yard touchdown pass to Eric Ebron to cut their lead to three, 17-14. A few possessions later, the Ravens found themselves down, as the Steerlers scored another touchdown to retake the lead, 21-17.
On a third and goal early in the fourth quarter, Jackson threw a seven-yard touchdown pass to Hollywood Brown to retake the lead 24-21. After the Steelers scored another touchdown midway in the fourth, the Ravens attempted to win the game with a game winning score.
With two minutes left and a fourth and three, the Steelers stopped Lamar Jackson from converting the down. The Ravens had one gasp of trying to get into the endzone with only .5 seconds left in regulation, but the Steelers knocked the ball down and escaped with a 28-24 victory.
Jackson finished the game with 208 yards, 2 interceptions, and 2 touchdowns.