Steelers Vs. Ravens: Ben Roethlisberger Connects With Hines Ward To Tie Game At 21

Well, we're nearly three quarters into a bizarre game on Saturday. The Steelers and Ravens are tied at 21, thanks in large part to turnovers. Much of the first half was all Baltimore, but in front of an invigorated Heinz Field crowd, the Steelers have forced a pair of turnovers of their own to knot the game at 21.

In the third quarter, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco made an extremely ill-advised throw, attempting to get the ball to tight end Todd Heap. Heap was in double-coverage, Flacco missed him by a good margin, and the Steelers' Ryan Clark was there to make his second huge play of the game and haul in an easy interception.

Once again, the Steelers took over within the Ravens' 30-yard line. After a couple of short passes, Ben Roethlisberger tossed a touchdown pass to receiver Hines Ward.

As if Heinz Field weren't loud enough, the Ravens fumbled away the ball away after receiving possession. It was Baltimore's third turnover of the quarter. As the fourth quarter begins, the Steelers have the ball and the momentum.

Stay tuned to this StoryStream for updates. And for more on these teams, check in with SB Nation's Steelers blog, Behind The Steel Curtain, and our Ravens blog, Baltimore Beatdown.

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