PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Steelers have found every possible way to win, and they keep outdoing themselves.
In a wildly entertaining game, an uncharacteristic track meet in the AFC North, the Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens went after each other all night, and probably could have played another 60 and scored another 60.
But Pittsburgh’s furious rally in the fourth quarter sealed a 39-38 win — clinching the AFC North and an eighth straight win overall — thanks to four straight scoring drives late. Ben Roethlisberger was brilliant, passing for 506 yards without much of a running game.
“Championship teams find ways to win,” Roethlisberger said.
Another late-game dime between Antonio Brown and Roethlisberger for 34 yards down the sideline set up Chris Boswell’s 46-yard field goal with 46 seconds left. Though the offense left Baltimore and kicker Justin Tucker with some time, T.J. Watt chased down Joe Flacco for a strip-sack and a clock runoff — a fitting end to a game stocked with wild moments.