Pittsburgh wideouts goal with 9 seconds left moves Steelers to division-clinching win over Baltimore
The Pittsburgh Steelers rode Ben Roethlisbergers ideal arm and Antonio Browns left arm to the AFC North title.
Roethlisberger got rid of a set of interceptions to toss 2 late goals, consisting of a 4-yard strike to Brown with 9 seconds staying to raise the Steelers to a 31-27 triumph over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday night. Brown captured Roethlisbergers pass simply except the objective line and extended the ball into completion zone with his left hand to top a wild 4th quarter and offer Pittsburgh (10-5) its 2nd department title in 3 years.
The Ravens took the lead on Kyle Juszczyks 10-yard burst up the middle with 1:18 staying. Roethlisberger calmly led the Steelers 75 lawns in 10 plays, the last 4 coming as Brown battled through a set of tacklers to guarantee the Steelers of a 3rd straight playoff berth. When Joe Flaccos pass near midfield was obstructed on the last play, #peeee
The Ravens (8-7) were formally removed.
Kansas City protected a playoff berth with the Baltimore loss.