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Steelers vs. Ravens second half open thread

Any momentum the Steelers have built up in a three-game winning streak is gone, and they'll start the second half kicking off to Baltimore, fortunate to only be down 10-0.

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A miserable first half of football put the Steelers exactly where they belong against the Baltimore Ravens.

Down 10-0.

Baltimore has pretty gained everything on deep throws, only one of which was completed. A deep throw to Torrey Smith was caught and brought to the 1-yard line. That set up a touchdown pass to Smith to put Baltimore ahead 7-0.

Another pass interference call later, Baltimore got a field goal for their 10-0 lead.

The Steelers have a - mildly described - lackluster offensive performance, and even had their own field goal attempt thwarted by Shaun Suisham inexplicably beginning to move toward the line of scrimmage before the ball was snapped.

He was tackled a few yards shy of the line to gain.

The Steelers have 98 yards on 29 plays, an odd and incredibly unproductive balance of plays called to yards. Baltimore is well in control of this game, and outside of Jason Worilds, who has two sacks and now leads the Steelers with six this season, no one on either side of the ball is playing well.

The Ravens will get the ball to start the second half.