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Ravens clinging to 10-7 halftime lead

John Harbaugh AP

It might be a good rivalry.

That doesn’t mean it’s a good game.

The Ravens are still up 10-7 on the Steelers, in a game played with more emotion than quality.

The touchdowns came on a pair of out-of-the-blue plays, a Byron Leftwich run and a Jacoby Jones punt return. But the traditional plays aren’t doing much.

The Steelers converted their first third down in the final minute of the half, and are poised to be behind by more, but the Ravens aren’t taking advantage.

The Steelers will also be without running back Isaac Redman in the second half, as he was ruled out with a concussion.

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4 Responses to “Ravens clinging to 10-7 halftime lead”
  1. jakec4 says: Nov 18, 2012 10:10 PM

    Anyone who knows this rivalry knows its about the last quarter. The last two in Pittsburgh have been about the last minute.

  2. gogetembolts says: Nov 18, 2012 10:19 PM

    The ravens are just up cuz of that rare special teams touchdown. lightning don’t strike twice, and even if it does it dont hurt steel. lightning hurt a bird but it dont hurt steel.

  3. thetokyosandblaster says: Nov 18, 2012 10:29 PM

    The AFC is terrible.

  4. swagger52 says: Nov 19, 2012 12:23 AM

    Which Ravens could play against the NFC defenses…so much easier to put up points. NFC is like NBA for defense – except for the Bears.

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