The Ravens made plays on both sides of the ball Sunday night, securing a huge 26-14 victory against the Steelers. Baltimore jumped out a 14-0 lead early, but the Steelers quickly came back to tie the game entering halftime.
The second half was all Baltimore as the Ravens outscored Pittsburgh 12-0. The Ravens did an exceptional job slowing down Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers dynamic passing attack. Pittsburgh gained just 284 yards of total offense and 14 first downs.
Check out all the best plays from the big victory and vote for your favorite below!
John Brown 33-yard touchdown reception: John Brown is quickly becoming a fan favorite in Baltimore. With just over 10 minutes left in the first quarter he again showed us why. Brown, lined up in the slot, sprinted past two Pittsburgh defenders with ease and caught a perfectly placed ball in the endzone. The 33-yard touchdown reception got the Ravens on the board early.
Tony Jefferson Forced Fumble: Immediately after the John Brown touchdown, Baltimore regained possession thanks to a big play by Tony Jefferson. Steelers tight end Vance McDonald caught a short pass in the flat on 3rd & 4. Jefferson quickly closed on the ball and stripped it out of the hands of McDonald. He returned it for a touchdown, but the score was called back after Jefferson was ruled down around the 30 yard line. Regardless, it set the Ravens up in scoring position.
John Brown 71-yard reception: The “play of the week” segment is becoming the John Brown show, as he continues to make highlight plays. Brown again got behind the Steelers secondary and caught a 71-yard bomb from Joe Flacco, the largest passing gain of the season for the Ravens. Brown wasn’t able to get in the endzone, but it was nevertheless a huge play in the passing game.
SMOKE.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) October 1, 2018
Joe Flacco hits John Brown for a 71-yard gain. pic.twitter.com/cGIma2DICa
Maxx Williams 22-yard reception: Seeking to make it a two-possession game and faced with a 3rd & 1, Maxx Williams came up with a huge reception. The Ravens fooled Pittsburgh with a creative formation, lining up Williams, a tight end, in the middle of the offensive line. Williams quickly darted over the middle and fought through multiple tackles to earn extra yards. It proved to be a crucial play, as the Ravens moved further into Pittsburgh territory and kicked a field goal.
Ravens always pulling out these tricks in the games that matter most. Line him up right next to the center. pic.twitter.com/FsY7BiB0a6— Warren Sharp (@SharpFootball) October 1, 2018
Anthony Levine Sr. Interception: Any chance of a Steelers fourth-quarter comeback was thwarted with just over three minutes remaining, courtesy of Anthony Levine. The safety came up with a huge play on defense, intercepting a Roethlisberger pass intended for Antonio Brown over the middle of the field.
What was yout favorite highlight from Week 4?
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John Brown 33-yard touchdown
Tony Jefferson forced fumble
John Brown 71-yard reception
Maxx Williams 22-yard reception
Anthony Levine Sr. interception