5:26 Justin Tucker kicks a 44-yard field goal to win the game. Baltimore wins 26-23.
7:24 Smith-Schuster fumbles the ball that’s recovered by Baltimore. The ruling of fumble is upheld after the review.
15:00 The Steelers win the coin toss and decide to defer.
0:10 Justin Tucker drills a 48-yard field goal to tie the game with 10 seconds left in regulation.
2:40 Chris Boswell converts a 33-yard field goal to give the Steelers a 23-20 lead.
6:05 Sam Koch blasts a 57-yard punt after the Steelers defense held Baltimore back at their own 1-yard line on the possession. Pittsburgh starts their drive at their own 48.
9:23 Earl Thomas picks off the pass from Devlin Hodges. Baltimore starts the drive on the Steelers 40-yard line.
11:39 Justin Tucker kicks a 26-yard field goal to tie the game at 20.
12:51 James Washington will not return to the game with a shoulder injury.
1:56 Mason Rudolph is officially diagnosed with a concussion. He will not return to the game.
3:42 James Conner finishes the Steelers scoring drive with a 1-yard touchdown run. The Steelers claim their first lead of the game, 20-17. The touchdown is confirmed upon the review.
7:29 Devlin Hodges is in at quarterback for the Steelers.
7:29 Earl Thomas gets called for roughing the passer after the hit on Rudolph.
7:29 Mason Rudolph is knocked out after completing a pass to James Washington.
8:22 Jackson’s pass is intercepted by Devin Bush. The call is held up after a review.
0:00 Mark Barron is listed as questionable with a hamstring injury, per Steelers Director of Communications Burt Lauten.
0:03 Chris Boswell successfully kicks a 29-yard field goal to make the score Ravens, 17 Steelers 13 at half time.
0:07 A big roughing the passer penalty against Pierce gives the Steelers a first down and goal from the Baltimore 11.
0:37 Jackson’s pass is intercepted by Hilton to give the Steelers the ball to close the first half.
3:12 Watt and Williams sack Jackson on consecutive the next plays. The back-to-back sacks force a Baltimore punt.
4:45 Chris Boswell connects on a 41-yard field goal. Pittsburgh ends up with 3 points after a -7-yard scoring drive. Baltimore leads 17-10.
5:53 Ravens receiver Marquise Brown is being evaluated in the medical tent. He is then spotted heading into the locker room.
6:42 Jackson’s pass is intercepted by Kameron Kelly, who returns the ball 10 yards. Pittsburgh now starts their drive at their own 16 following the turnover.
11:21 Larmar Jackson to Marquise Brown for the Ravens touchdown. Baltimore now leads 17-7.
2:41 Mason Rudolph throws a 35-yard touchdown pass to JuJu Smith-Schuster that included JuJu using his athleticism to get by the defender. The Steelers cut the Ravens lead to 10-7.
4:48 Mark Ingram runs in for a 4-yard touchdown, extending Baltimore’s lead to 10-0.
7:24 Justin Tucker kicks a 27-yard field goal to cap off a 10-play 50 yard drive. Baltimore takes an early 3-0 lead.
FB Roosevelt Nix (knee), OLB Anthony Chickillo (foot), DE Isaiah Buggs, G Fred Johnson, T Chukwuma Okorafor, TE Zach Gentry, WR Donte Moncrief, DE Isaiah Buggs
CB Jimmy Smith (knee), QB Trace McSorley, WR Jaleel Scott, CB Anthony Averett, ILB Kenny Young, G Ben Powers, DT Daylon Mack
Sunday, Oct. 6 2019, 1 p.m.
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, Pa.
66 degrees, light rain
OUT: Steelers FB Roosevelt Nix (knee), OLB Anthony Chickillo (foot)
Ravens CB Jimmy Smith (knee)
QUESTIONABLE: Steelers TE Vance McDonald (shoulder), WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (toe), ILB Vince Williams (hamstring)
Ravnes DT Brandon Williams (knee), OL Matt Skura (knee), CB Cyrus Jones (foot)
STEELERS NOW COVERAGE THIS WEEK
JuJu Smith-Schuster Delivers Meals to Seniors on Thanksgiving
With his team suddenly off, Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster spent his Thanksgiving morning giving back to the Pittsburgh community.
Smith-Schuster — along with his dog, Boujee — helped deliver meals to less fortunate seniors in Pittsburgh on Thursday.
“It’s always been a passion in my heart,” Smith-Schuster said. “I think it’s huge when people give back.”
Steelers’ JuJu Smith-Schuster delivers meals to seniors on Thanksgiving pic.twitter.com/bEClYxPvrO
— JoAnne Harrop (@joannescoop) November 26, 2020
The Steelers aren’t playing on Thursday because their scheduled game with the Baltimore Ravens was pushed back to Sunday due to a COVID-19 outbreak with the Ravens.
After the team practiced Tuesday and Wednesday in anticipation of a Thursday kickoff, head coach Mike Tomlin gave the team the day off on Thursday.
Steelers President Art Rooney II Extends Thanks, Appreciation to Fans
On the heels of such an unpleasant day for many Steelers fans, and even a day that left several players filled with bitterness and animosity because their game was postponed, Steelers president Art Rooney II issued a statement on Thanksgiving morning.
In the spirit of giving thanks and moving on, Rooney expressed his disappointment about the current situation and his appreciation for the support of all of Steelers Nation.
“Though we are disappointed that we will not get to play for our fans on Thanksgiving night this year, we look forward to many more exciting times during the 2020 season,” Rooney said. “Today gives us all a time to reflect and appreciate what we can be thankful for on this holiday. And I want to add a special note of thanks to all our frontline workers for all your tireless efforts in these difficult times.”
— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) November 26, 2020
Barring no more issues, Pittsburgh and Baltimore are now scheduled to kickoff at 1:15 pm EST. Just as the game would’ve been Thursday night, it will be broadcast on NBC.
Steelers Tops Among All Teams in Pro Bowl Votes; T.J. Watt Leads OLBs
The Pittsburgh Steelers lead all NFL clubs in votes cast for the 2021 NFL Pro Bowl, the league announced on Wednesday, with outside linebacker T.J. Watt the top vote-getter at his position.
The Steelers led all teams in votes, followed by the Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay Packers and Buffalo Bills, and did so despite not having any players in the top five overall vote-getters and just two players leading at their position.
Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes has the most votes of any individual player, with 143,355 votes, followed by Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins.
For the Steelers, Watt leads all vote-getters at outside linebacker with 69,924 votes. Watt is a two-time Pro Bowler and is coming off a first-team All-Pro season in 2019. He’s currently tied for third in the NFL with nine sacks, one-half behind leaders Trey Hendrickson of New Orleans and Myles Garrett of Cleveland. Khalil Mack of the Chicago Bears paced the NFC’s outside linebackers with 47,689 votes.
The Steelers’ other top vote-getter comes at an unusual position. Long snapper Kameron Canaday leads all AFC long snappers with 48,869 votes. Canaday, in his fifth NFL season and fourth with the Steelers, has never made the Pro Bowl.
While the teams will still be selected, the 2021 NFL Pro Bowl will not be played. Instead the Pro Bowl events will be led virtually and the game will be streamed via Madden NFL 21. The game had been scheduled to be played at Allegiant Stadium in las Vegas on Jan. 31. Voting will continue through Dec. 17.