Ravens Vs. Steelers Score: Two Ray Rice Touchdowns Nullified; Force Baltimore To Settle For Field Goal

The Baltimore Ravens are facing the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night Football this week. After an early Ray Rice touchdown was called back due to holding, the away team was able to get on the score board with a Billy Cundiff field goal after the referees negated what looked to be a second touchdown run by the diminutive running back when they blew the whistle due to lack of forward progress before he eventually ended up in the end zone.

Rice was officially credited with just four rushes for 12 yards after his 76-yard run on the first play of the game was called back due to a holding penalty on wide receiver Torrey Smith.

Baltimore was eventually able to make it down the field when Smith drew a pass interference penalty in the end zone, but the Ravens were only able to come out of their first drive with a field goal.

For more on this potentially epic game, check out Baltimore Beatdown for the Ravens' view on things, and head Behind the Steel Curtain for more on the Steelers. For more updates on this game, be sure to stay tuned to the Sunday Night Football StoryStream.

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