Steelers Trounce Ravens 43-23

The Pittsburgh Steelers have transformed this season into a team that couldn’t move the ball in passing situations to a team that can’t be stopped with its air attack led by Ben Roethlisberger. On Sunday night the Steelers racked up 43 points to beat their conference rivals, the Baltimore Ravens, by the score of 43-23.

Earlier this year some vocal Pittsburgh fans were actually calling for Ben to be replaced and head coach Mike Tomlin to be fired after the team looked confused and listless during early season losses to the Buccaneers, Browns, and these very same Ravens that they trounced this week. Those fans quieted down last week with Big Ben threw six touchdown passes and scored 51 points in a win over the Indianapolis Colts and were further proved incorrect when Roethlisberger threw another six touchdown passes beating the Ravens.


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  1. Dakota Gage (Post author)

    The 12 passing touchdowns in two consecutive games broke a league record. I caught the Sunday Night Football game via my FreedomPop app, but as a huge Steelers fan, I wish I could’ve seen it on the big screen. The truth of the matter is that review could have given up on trying with these same techniques over and over again.

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