DIVISION LEAD: The Pittsburgh Steelers got some huge plays out of their defense and beat the Ravens in overtime on a 46-yard field goal. The win moved the 3-1 Steelers past the 2-1 Ravens into first place in the AFC North.
TURNING POINT: The Steelers were searching for some consistency on offense when Ravens linebacker Jarret Johnson gave them - and Hines Ward - a push. The result was a 15-yard personal foul, and moments later, Santonio Holmes turned a short pass from Roethlisberger into a 38-yard touchdown. That got the Steelers within 13-10.
BIG MISTAKE: The Steelers finally started getting to Joe Flacco in the third quarter and forced a huge turnover. James Harrison, a former Raven, got to Flacco in the backfield and forced a fumble. Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley recovered and carried 7 yards to a go-ahead touchdown, 17-13. It came 15 seconds after Holmes' touchdown.
NO STATUE: Considered an immobile quarterback at Delaware, Flacco has already disproved that rap. He did it spectacularly in the third quarter, running to his left sideline before coming back across the field to complete a 24-yard pass to Derrick Mason on third down.
COMING ATTRACTION: The Ravens have a quick turnaround this week against one of the rising teams in the AFC, the unbeaten Tennessee Titans (4-0). It will be another showdown between two excellent defenses.