The Week 14 game between the Steelers and Ravens was unique, to say the least. After Pittsburgh stormed out to a 14-0 lead, the Ravens then took over in every facet while taking a huge lead into the fourth quarter.
But then the Steelers finally woke up, and it all could be traced back to a specific throw from Ben Roethlisberger to Antonio Brown, per Brian Baldinger of the NFL Network.
According to Baldinger, it was the conversion to Brown in the middle of a soft zone which got the Steelers’ offense back on track, and eventually climbing all the way to a one-point victory with under 60-seconds left in the game.
Ben to Brown is a tremendous connection, but this throw, this route and this catch shows just how great these two are together. The scary part? This wasn’t even their best pass and catch of the game.
Check out the video breakdown below, via Baldinger’s official Twitter page.
.@steelers @AB84 gets their monumental comeback started when they hit for +22 v a soft zone defense #BaldyBreakdowns pic.twitter.com/aXUa3lT5PX— Brian Baldinger (@BaldyNFL) December 11, 2017