The Baltimore Ravens left Pittsburgh in Week 14 with a 16-14 win, playing bully ball in a game that saw them forced to turn to third-string quarterback Anthony Brown Jr. after an injury to Tyler Huntley, who started the game in place of the injured Lamar Jackson.
The Steelers were also forced to go to their reserve quarterback, with Mitchell Trubisky throwing three interceptions in relief of rookie Kenny Pickett, who left the game after suffering a concussion.
Offensive spotlight: J.K. Dobbins‘ return provided a major spark to the Ravens' rushing attack, with the former Ohio State standout the source of all the yards on their only touchdown drive of the game. Dobbins carried the ball 15 times for 120 yards, with 49 of those yards coming after contact. Meanwhile, Gus Edwards was able to cause some problems in the reserve role, with 49 of his 66 yards coming after contact.
Defensive spotlight: The Ravens traded for linebacker Roquan Smith before the trade deadline, and he has been a huge boost to their defense since his arrival. His presence seems to have helped fellow linebacker Patrick Queen to the best run of his career, too. In this game, they both had an interception, and neither missed any tackles.
Rookie spotlight: This game was a good indication of why the Steelers need to get rookie wide receiver George Pickens more involved in the offense. The former Georgia Bulldog was targeted just three times from 34 passing snaps in the game, catching all three for 78 yards.
Offensive line spotlight: Ronnie Stanley returned at left tackle for the Ravens in this game, playing all 61 snaps on offense. He allowed zero sacks, zero hits and just two hurries from 23 pass-blocking snaps, pending review.
|Tyler Huntley||6.62||8 / 12||88||7.3||0||0|
|Anthony Brown||0.14||3 / 5||16||3.2||0||0|
|Mitch Trubisky||12.04||22 / 30||276||9.2||1||3|
|Kenny Pickett||1.6||0 / 1||0||0||0||0|
|Benny Snell Jr.||0.4||2||4||2||0||3|