Baltimore Sun

December 6, 2010 by staff 

Baltimore Sun, Vary, the more they remain the same. This sentence sums up at 1am in the morning after the Baltimore Ravens literally snatched defeat from the jaws of victory Sunday night as they lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers 13-10. The Ravens had every reason to expect to win this match, as they had the lead and the ball with less than four minutes remaining. However, rather than run the ball and the clock, they inexplicably decided to throw the ball and safety Troy Polamalu All Pro has made a game of change, forcing Ravens QB Joe Flacco to search the Steelers recovered the ball deep into the Ravens territory.

Shortly after, Pittsburgh found the end zone and the Ravens final attempt to drive down the field goal on the ground link misfired on a fourth attempt incomplete pass with seconds left in the game. Many people said it was the most disappointing loss of the series between these two teams, but I remember one last-second loss in 2008, when Ben Roethlisberger found WR Santonio Holmes for a touchdown that won controversial the match for the Steelers than the Ravens had led until the final note.

One thing is certain in the rivalry and that is that Baltimore has just not found a way to consistently beat Pittsburgh, especially in close games and say that it happened earlier this season, while correct, seems to be an aberration in the trend continues to hamper the organization and its fans rabid Ravens ..

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