Steelers lose to Ravens in OT. Scobee misses two kicks, lots of questions on play calls and coaching decisions. Did Vick play well enough to win? Was offensive gameplan too conservative? Why did Bell not get the ball more in short yardage situations?


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• The Steelers are now 21-18 against the Ravens in the regular season in their series history, including 12-8 at home.

• The Steelers are now 7-7 against Baltimore in primetime games in the regular season.

• Pittsburgh is now 9-6 against Baltimore at Heinz Field in the regular season since the stadium opened in 2001.

• The Steelers are now 5-2 against the Ravens in the month of October and 3-2 at home in October against Baltimore.

• Pittsburgh is now to 8-8 all-time on Thursday Night Football, including 6-2 at home.

• The defense matched a 2015 single-game high with 5.0 sacks (Sept. 20 vs. San Francisco).

• The Steelers are 425-273-2 during the regular season since 1970.

Head Coach Mike Tomlin
• Is now 84-48 during the regular season, including 48-18 at home.

• Is now 8-9 all-time against Baltimore the regular season, 5-4 at home.

• Is now 33-16 against the AFC North all-time during the regular season and 19-6 at home against the conference.

• Is now 22-9 in the month of October as the Steelers’ head coach and 13-3 at home in October.

QB Mike Vick
• Made his 112th career start and first as a Steeler and completed 19-of-26 passes for 124 yards with one touchdown for a passer rating of 95.7 and rushed for 33 yards on nine attempts.

• Threw his first touchdown pass with the Steelers to WR Darrius Heyward-Bey from nine yards out in the third quarter, his 132nd career touchdown pass.

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