Keys to the game

September 20, 1999|By Mike Preston

1 The Ravens' offense failed to take advantage of good field position, with its average possession starting on its own 37, compared to the Steelers starting on their 29.

2 The Ravens' special teams allowed five kickoffs to be returned for 117 yards, including the last one of 37 yards by Will Blackwell that set up the Steelers' game-winning field goal.

3 Ravens quarterback Scott Mitchell was 7-for-16 for 48 yards and with two interceptions, one of which set up a touchdown run by Kordell Stewart in the first quarter.

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