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Sunday, December 27, 2015 at MT Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD) Ravens 20, Steelers 17To call the Baltimore Ravens 2015 season a disappointment would be an understatement and the Ravens came into their 2nd meeting with the Steelers looking for anything to hold their hat on. The Ravens defense came out and stifled Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers, forcing him into 2 interceptions and held Pittburgh to 3 first half points. The lead was all Ryan Mallett and the Ravens offense needed, and a 4th quarter touchdown sent the Ravens to a season sweep of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Thursday, October 1, 2015 at Heinz Field (Pittsburgh, PA) Ravens 23, Steelers 20 OTThe Steelers vs Ravens matchups over the last few years have been nothing short of a no hold battle, and the first Ravens-Steelers meeting of 2015 was no different. The Ravens came into the game desperate for a win to avoid a 0-4 start, while the Steelers were hoping to pull out a win in the absence of star Ben Roethlisberger. In typical Steelers-Ravens fashion, the game was a brawl, with both sides running the ball well and controlling the clock. But the Ravens held the Steelers scoreless in the 4th quarter, while adding 6 points to send the game into overtime. The extra time was all Baltimore kicker Justin Tucker needed to give the Ravens a 23-20 victory.
Sunday, November 2, 2014 at Heinz Field (Pittsburgh, PA) Steelers 43, Ravens 23 In his second consecutive game, Big Ben threw for 6 touchdowns landing a huge win against division rival Ravens 43-23. Baltimore found a way to keep the Steelers from scoring in the first and third quarters, but gave up 22 and 21 points in the second and fourth quarters respectively. Ben Roethlisberger would cap his 6 TD night off with 340 yards through the air with two of those 6 touchdowns going to the highly anticipated rookie out of Clemson, Martavis Bryant, someone who has come on strong for the Steelers in the last three games.
Sunday, September 14, 2014 at MT Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD) Ravens 26, Steelers 6 In their first meeting of the season, Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens slammed the door on the Pittsburgh Steelers in this divisional rivalry. Pittsburgh failed to get anything started on offense and when they did a fumble usually followed before getting to the endzone. After a handful of controversial personal foul hits, the Ravens were able to keep the Steelers out of the endzone all night winning the game 26-6.
Thursday, November 28, 2013 at MT Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD) Ravens 22, Steelers 20 The classic Thanksgiving day rivalry came down to the wire as Big Ben and Joe Flacco duked it out in Baltimore. The Ravens found an early 10 point lead after a Flacco deep ball to Torrey Smith. Pittsburgh was able to close the gap in the fourth quarter but after failing to convert on a last minute 2 point conversion the defending Super Bowl champions would walk off the field as winners on turkey day.
Sunday, October 20, 2013 at Heinz Field (Pittsburgh, PA) Steelers 19, Ravens 16In their first meeting of the 2013 season, the Steelers and Ravens went back and forth for four quarters of smash mouth football. Pittsburgh was able to hold the defending champions to two field goals in the first half of play taking a 10-6 lead at halftime. Pittsburgh jumped out early in the second half with a field goal in the third quarter and were able to secure the win despite a 10 point fourth quarter by Flacco's Offense.
Sunday, December 2, 2012 at M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD) Steelers 23, Ravens 20After taking a win from the Steelers at Heinz Field just a two weeks before, the Baltimore Ravens gave up their third loss of the season to Pittsburgh's third string quarterback Charlie Batch. Pittsburgh also snapped a Baltimore 15-game home winning streak and a 13-game AFC North winning streak. In the closing minutes of the game 37-year-old Charlie Batch led the Steelers on a 61-yard drive capped by a Shaun Suisham 42-yard field goal to win 23-20.
Sunday, November 18, 2012 at Heinz Field (Pittsburgh, PA) Ravens 13, Steelers 10With franchise quarterback Ben Roethlisberger tending to the game from the sideline, Steelers fans turned to Byron Leftwich to lead them in this matchup. After a 10-7 Baltimore advantage score in the first quarter, the remainder of this game was won on defense. Both teams were left scoreless in the second and fourth quarters and only allowed a field goal to one another in the third. Baltimore would finish the game on top leading the Steelers 13-10 as the game clock expired.
Sunday, September 11, 2011 at M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD) Ravens 35, Steelers 7The Steelers and Ravens opened up the 2011 regular season at M&T Bank Stadium in this Baltimore favored blow-out. The Ravens held the Steelers to a second quarter touchdown for the entire game winning 35-7. Ray Lewis led a defensive performance that included three picks and four fumble recoveries. Flacco finished the day with a 74.2 QBR, 17/29 with 224 yards, 3 TD's and 0 INT's.