5 quick hits from Pittsburgh Steelers 19-14 win over the Baltimore Ravens

Allison Koehler
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Poor red zone execution

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15 plays in four red zone possessions and Pittsburgh could only muster one touchdown. The Steelers were 0-3 in red zone appearances in the first half alone.

Drops

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Drops were the name of the game tonight. Two each by wide receiver Diontae Johnson and tight end Eric Ebron, and one from JuJu Smith-Schuster. Not to mention the targets that should've been caught by Johnson, Ebron and Chase Claypool.

Haden takes it to the house

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Cornerback Joe Haden's pick-six was one of two difference-making plays tonight. He intercepted Robert Griffin III early in the first quarter and took it 14 yards for a touchdown.

Fitzpatrick saves the day

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The second difference-making play came from safety Minkah Fitzpatrick. For the third time this season, Fitzpatrick saved the day. In the end zone Week 8 versus the Ravens, again in the Dallas Cowboys game and today versus the Ravens, Fitzpatrick defended a pass which kept the opponent from putting six on the board.

Chris Boswell misses 4th XP of season

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Extra points should be gimmes. Some kickers go their entire careers and never miss. Boswell is now 30 for 34 on the season.

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