The Numbers

Ravens Gameday

Ravens 27 Steelers 0

November 27, 2006

Quarter by quarter

1 -- RAVENS 7, STEELERS 0

McNair to Heap starts it off

Despite squandering a 39-yard punt return by B.J. Sams negated by an illegal block-in-the-back penalty on fullback Ovie Mughelli, the Ravens capitalized on their first series when quarterback Steve McNair hit tight end Todd Heap on a pump-and-go in the right corner of the end zone. Pittsburgh amassed just one first down and punted on its first two possessions.

Scoring

Ravens: Heap 20 pass from McNair (Stover kick), 10:20.

2 -- RAVENS 17, STEELERS 0

Ravens extend lead to 17

The Ravens continued to extend their advantage with an eight-play, 47-yard drive capped by running back Jamal Lewis' 1-yard rumble off left guard. Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger injured his chest when he was sacked by linebacker Bart Scott, and the Ravens added a 37-yard field goal by Matt Stover eight seconds before halftime.

Scoring

Ravens: Lewis 1 run (Stover kick), 4:21.

Ravens: FG Stover 37, :08.

3 -- RAVENS 24, STEELERS 0

Thomas brings back fumble

Pittsburgh went on its first promising march by taking the ball to the Ravens' 30-yard line, the Steelers' first drive into Ravens' territory. But cornerback Corey Ivy, unimpeded off the right side, stripped Roethlisberger of the ball, and linebacker Adalius Thomas returned the fumble 57 yards for a touchdown. The Ravens had just 27 yards of total offense in the period.

Scoring

Ravens: Thomas 57 fumble return (Stover kick), 4:46.

4 -- RAVENS 27, STEELERS 0

`D' adds exclamation point

The Ravens doused any hope of a Pittsburgh comeback by sacking Roethlisberger on fourth-and-goal from the Ravens' 10 and intercepting the quarterback twice. Stover's 40-yard field goal after Ivy intercepted Roethlisberger at the Steelers' 27 ended the scoring.

Scoring

Ravens: FG Stover 40, 4:15.

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