On a cold night on Sunday night football in 2010, the Steelers and Ravens waged war on National TV for control of the AFC North. Leave it to Troy Polamalu to come up with the play that eventually sparked a Super Bowl run for the Steelers.
Ben Roethlisberger broke his nose. Heath Miller came out with a concussion. But through it all, the black and gold will take it.
Coach Mike Tomlin said the Steelers needed a “signature win,” and Sunday night in hostile territory, the team got it, gutting out a hard-nosed 13-10 win over the Ravens. The win puts the Steelers in sole possession in first in the AFC North with a mark of 9-3, while the Ravens drop to 8-4.
It means that the Steelers control the division, and if they win out, they are assured at worst the two-seed in the AFC, a bye, and at least one home game in the playoffs. But let’s not get too far ahead of ourselves.
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