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.
‘‘They were trying to set up the outside wall, but I saw nothing but open field to the right so I thought, ‘Why not go this way?'’’ Jones said.
Baltimore moved in front 13-7 in the third quarter on Tucker’s second field goal, more than enough to help the Ravens take a major step toward their second straight division title.
‘‘They talked about how it was going to be a physical game, how it was going to come down to the end and it lived up to it,’’ Graham said. ‘‘It was definitely a great experience. I look forward to it in a couple weeks.’’
NOTES: Baltimore TE Dennis Pitta left the game with a concussion in the first quarter and did not return ... Pittsburgh RB Isaac Redman also left with a concussion and did not return ... Pittsburgh RB Rashard Mendenhall had 33 yards in his first game in a month ... The Steelers travel to Cleveland next week while the Ravens play in San Diego.
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