It didn’t last. At least, not on offense.
The Steelers’ second possession ended with a Wallace fumble that Ed Reed returned to the Pittsburgh 14. Baltimore managed only a field goal, but it seemed to bring the Steelers back to earth.
If that didn't, Jones did.
The explosive return man drifted under a Drew Butler punt late in the first half, sprinted up the field, cut to the right and zipped untouched to the end zone for his third return touchdown of the season to give Baltimore a 10-7 lead.
Baltimore moved in front 13-7 in the third quarter on Tucker’s second field goal, more than enough to lift the Ravens to their 12th straight AFC North victory.
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