The Pittsburgh Steelers had a chance to kick a field goal in overtime to seal a victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night.
Instead, the Steelers opted to go for it facing fourth-and-one at the Ravens' 33-yard line.
Steelers kicker Josh Scobee, who missed two field-goal attempts in the second half, watched from the sideline as quarterback Michael Vick unsuccessfuly stepped back and threw an incomplete pass in wide receiver Antonio Brown's direction.
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Despite having running back Le'Veon Bell, averaging 5.9 yards a carry, offensive coordinator Todd Haley called a short pass. The incompletion gave the Ravens the ball. Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was able to stage a drive to get kicker Justin Tucker in field-goal range.
Tucker, who finished the night 3 of 3, drilled the 52-yard field goal to seal the Ravens' divisional road win 23-20.
The Steelers led the Ravens 20-7 in the third quarter, but with Pittsburgh's woeful special teams, an opportunistic John Harbaugh-led team was able to claw its way back to force overtime.