At long last, they popped some runs, turned some short passes into big gains, converted third downs and finished a few drives in the end zone. And when their streak of 17 consecutive offensive possessions without a touchdown was over and they finally built some momentum, the Ravens celebrated.
The Ravens have won five of the past six meetings with the Pittsburgh Steelers, including the past three in Baltimore. But three of those six games have been decided by three points or fewer, and the average point differential in the past 10 meetings is 7.3. Still, the Ravens are 7-3 in the month of November against the Steelers.