Instant Reaction – Ravens 13 – Steelers 10

Ben Zinman:

Not much positive to say about the offense. The defense is another story. Corey Graham played well. Paul Kruger seemed to be shot out of a gun most of the game. A defense that has yet to demonstrate that it is capable of playing well enough for an entire game to pull off a victory did it tonight on the road and in Pittsburgh. It was not pretty but as wins go with road the Ravens have before them this was a very good win.

 

Gene Winner:

It wasn’t pretty. But we got the Win.
Also Ravens got in some nasty hits. They matched up physical and didn’t back down.
Of course Cam Cameron play calling was with no imagination.  Jacoby Jobes had a punt return td and the ravens did well
One thing will be seconded guessed; Steelers had no time outs and it was under 2:00 in the game. On a 3rd and 2. Ravens went shotgun…crazy.  Flacco got sacked, luckily he did not pass it incomplete to stop the clock.
Ravens punted and Leftwich could not mount a comeback.

Matt Jergensen:

While people get caught up in style points the Ravens victory tonight was huge in terms of the playoff picture. Their victory was the first time they’ve won back to back road games since 2010. They’ve now gone two games up on Pittsburgh with six to play and the re-match is set in Baltimore. This team just finds ways to win and that’s not a bad thing.

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2 Responses to “Instant Reaction – Ravens 13 – Steelers 10”

  1. John PL says:

    November 18, 2012 – With 22 seconds left in the game Pittsburgh’s offense was charged with a 4th timeout for an injury. Why didn’t someone on the Raven’s sideline say something to the refs and why didn’t the refs do the ten second runoff. See the NFL Rule below. From =
    http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/rulebook/pdfs/7_2012_Game_Timing.pdf

    A.R. 4.9 Offensive team A, in the last two minutes of the half and the clock running:
    a) Requests its fourth timeout because of an injured player.
    Ruling: Granted. No five-yard penalty. Player has to be removed. Ten-second runoff. Ball will not be put in
    play until the Referee blows his whistle and gives the wind-the-clock signal.
    b) Requests its fifth timeout because of an injured player.
    Ruling: Granted. Five-yard penalty. Player has to be removed. Ten-second runoff. Ball will not be put in play until the Referee
    blows his whistle and gives the wind-the-clock signal.

    • Gene w says:

      I didn’t understand that either…good point. I barely remember but I thought one of the commentators said somthing about that? Was it because it was out if bounds? That needs to looked at.

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