Daniel Oyefusi, reporter: This game gave football fans everything they expected, and then some. The Ravens came out of the bye week looking to start their second-half push with a big win over their archrivals, and for the first 30 minutes, everything that could go wrong did. The Ravens lost two starting offensive linemen, including All-Pro tackle Ronnie Stanley, to ankle injuries. One of their top defensive playmakers, Matthew Judon, was disqualified after making contact with an official during a sideline scuffle. Lamar Jackson was befuddled by the Steelers' overpowering front. Still, the the Ravens led by 10 at halftime before losing after a controversial final minute. Jackson particularly struggled with four turnovers, essentially spotting Pittsburgh 14 points and fumbling twice inside the red zone. Whatever grievances the Ravens might have with how the game’s final minute was decided, they’ll have to pick themselves up keep and moving against a tough November slate, especially with Stanley suffering what appears to be a severe injury.