Video: Breakdown of how Charlie Batch sunk the Ravens in Week 13

Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch rebounded from a 4th quarter INT to lead the Steelers from seven points down - and 10 points in the first half - to give the Baltimore Ravens their first home loss in 15 games. We break down some of his throws.

Two sides to Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch - the back-up, the side that didn't look all that great against Cleveland in a Week 12 loss, and the hero, the Pittsburgh native who's been around the game and the team so long he knows their tendencies better than they do..

Batch threw a pick early in the fourth quarter after a bad decision led him to challenge Ravens free safety Ed Reed in short space in the back of the end zone.

Batch was perfect after that, hitting eight consecutive passes, including a touchdown to Heath Miller and a 17-yard gain to Emmanuel Sanders, all as part of a comeback that will be remembered in Pittsburgh for a very long time.

The Steelers won 23-20 on Batch's late-game heroics, dealing the Ravens their first loss in 15 games at M&T Bank Stadium, and we break down how Batch does it down the stretch.

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