The Baltimore Ravens have taken a 16-6 lead after scoring the first touchdown of the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Ray Rice's late third quarter run extended the Ravens' lead from a field goal to 10 points.
The Ravens moved the ball well through the air on the drive, set up by the game's first turnover, a Terrell Suggs interception of a Ben Roethlisberger pass into the flats. Roethlisberger is having a below average game production-wise, passing for 176 yards on 11-of-22 passing.
Roethlisberger's opposite number, Joe Flacco, however, has been more efficient, with only nine incompletions and more yardage, without committing a turnover. The running game still favors the Ravens, though the Steelers have narrowed the margin. A big key to winning a physical battle in the fourth quarter will be which team can keep the chains moving on the ground.
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