The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Baltimore Ravens 19-14 Wednesday evening at Heinz Field and improve to 11-0. The victory gave the Ravens their fifth loss of the season, ensuring that they will not repeat as AFC North champions. The Steelers will host the Washington Football Team Monday for a 5pm kick-off.
Ben Roethlisberger threw for one touchdown while attempting 51 passes, many of which were dropped by the Steelers receivers. He also threw an interception.
Running back Benny Snell rushed 16 times for 60 yards in place of James Conner, who missed the game due to a positive COVID test. Starting center Maurkice Pouncey also missed the game after a positive test early Wednesday.
The Steelers appear to have lost outside linebacker Bud Dupree to injury for the rest of the season. Dupree tore the ACL in his right knee late in the game, although he will be fully evaluated today.
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