“They did enough to win, we didn’t. Such is life in the NFL,” said Mike Tomlin after the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field 17-14.
Such is life in the NFL, where two uncompromising defenses would look to take control of the game and give the offense one moment to strike. “Coach Tomlin and Coach LeBeau said if you give this guy time – if you give him opportunities to hit guys – he’s going to hit them,” said Steelers’ starting free safety Ryan Clark about Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco. Flacco lived up to his “Joe Cool” nickname. The third-year pro was in total control leading the Ravens’ final drive, delivering four straight completions, including the 18-yard game winner to T.J. Houshmandzadeh.
“You come in here and win this game…it’s important for us, it’s important for a lot