Steelers run over the Raven

The Steelers secured the victory they required on a frigid and wet day in Baltimore.

Currently, they need to exercise patience and see whether their performance is sufficient to secure a spot in the postseason.

Najee Harris accumulated 112 yards and scored a touchdown while running the ball 26 times, while Mason Rudolph threw a touchdown pass to Diontae Johnson on the first play of the fourth quarter, resulting in the Steelers narrowly defeating the Ravens with a score of 17-10 at M&T Bank Stadium.

The Steelers achieved a crucial triumph, elevating their season record to 10-7, and securing a victory over the Ravens (13-4) for the seventh time in their previous eight encounters. However, this success came at a significant expense.

T.J. Watt, the prominent outside linebacker, sustained a knee injury during the latter part of the third quarter while pursuing Baltimore quarterback Tyler Huntley.

Watt was unable to continue playing after the injury. Watt concluded the game with a total of seven tackles, three of which resulted in a loss of yardage, two sacks, and two instances of making contact with the opposing quarterback.

His availability for a prospective playoff game is now uncertain. "T.J. is undergoing an assessment for a knee injury," stated Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin.

"I will provide additional details during our next meeting." Undoubtedly, we are dissatisfied with that outcome. However, football presents other obstacles. We will address the matter, regardless of its nature.

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