Ravens Vs. Steelers Score: Rashard Mendenhall Run Brings Pittsburgh Within Field Goal

The Pittsburgh Steelers were unable to score more than a pair of field goals in the first half of their game against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night Football, but it seems both teams decided to focus more on the offensive side of the ball in the second half. After Ray Rice scored the Ravens' first touchdown of the game, Rashard Mendenhall and the Steelers answered with a touchdowns of their own.

Mendenhall finished off a quick six play drive with a scamper over the right side of the line from just one yard out after a Ben Roethlisberger scramble nearly put a Pittsburgh touchdown on the board the previous play. Mendenhall hasn't had an amazing game with just 10 carries for 37 yards, but the touchdown when it matters is certainly important.

The touchdown was set up, by the way, with a fancy catch from wide receiver Antonio Brown.

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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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