Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Recap
September 11, 2014
The Pittsburgh Steelers traveled to Baltimore to face the Ravens in the first thursday night matchup of the NFL season. Joe Flacco threw a 2 yard touchdown pass to tight end Owen Daniels to open up the scoring. The teams traded field goals in the second quarter as Baltimore led 10-3 at halftime. Baltimore would eventually pull away from Pittsburgh in the second half and go on to win the game. Owen Daniels would catch his second touchdown of the game in the third quarter. Pittsburgh could not get any scoring other than 2 Shaun Suisham field goals. They also committed 3 turnovers. Joe Flacco finished with 166 yards on 21 for 29 passing and 2 touchdowns.
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns Recap
September 7, 2014
During the first quarter the steelers led the brown 10-3 with leveon bell setting the pace during the first play. The steelers led again in the second quarter and were the only ones to score with 10 points. Leveon Bell set the pace a second time with multiple runs and a touchdown that gave the edge to the steelers. Roethlisburger and bell were connecting and making the plays happen. in the third quarter the browns were playing catch up and were the only ones to score at the beginning of the half. They totaled 14 points during that time. Terrence West brought the final half to the browns using his speed to get ahead.
2014 Pittsburgh Steelers Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) Recap
August 29, 2014
It was the Panthers' day as 2nd-string QB Derek Anderson lead the team from the opening kickoff down the field for a field goal thanks to an electric catch over the middle by Kelvin Benjamin, the rookie wideout for the Panthers. The Panthers would not relinquish the lead. In fact, the defense dominated the day as the Steelers were held to just 185 total yards. The two teams will meet in the upcoming season, explaining the very vanilla gameplan set forth by both coaches. The Steelers had one big play as Josh Harris exploded for a 31-yard gain, helping the otherwise anemic output from the rest of the team, both through the air (Landry Jones 14/18 for 97 yards) and the ground.