Here's what was: Ben Roethlisberger is the one who made the punt.
The loss dropped the Ravens to 4-5 entering their bye.
Instead, he is going to give the Ravens a break.
"I've never been somebody that ever anxious about keeping a job", Harbaugh said after the game, via ProFootballTalk. "So I think having a perspective of dealing with it for a number of years, I think the things that you choose to push to the front of the line if time is limited".
"'I feel real good about the way this team has been coached for the last 11 years, and for the last number of weeks", he said.
The Steelers won their fourth straight and sit atop the AFC North at 5-2-1. Of all the match-ups we will take a look at, this is easily the most detrimental battle the Ravens must win. Pittsburgh still has tough matchups against the Panthers, Chargers, Patriots, Bengals and Saints.
Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, head coach John Harbaugh is on the hot seat. Probably not, probably a step off just because it's Week 9. This time, he had a 25-yard run in the first quarter and finished with 107 yards on 24 carries.
Conner is averaging 175.3 yards of total offense during Pittsburgh's winning streak, a surge that started after Conner carried the ball just three times in the second half against Baltimore.
That wasn't enough time for the Ravens, who watched time tick away before a fast-exiting crowd.
When asked whether the team has to make a few changes to create a spark, Flacco replied: "No I don't".
"I'm sure the fans like (Thursday night games); they like seeing football as often as they can", quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said on his weekly 93.7 FM radio show Monday morning via TribLive. "It's Baltimore. Pick one, or all of the above", Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin said. But the last thing the Ravens need now is to drop under.500 with a third successive defeat. "We've got roadblocks, which are great defenses on other teams, trying to stop us, but we've always said - and no disrespect to other teams - they don't stop us, we stop ourselves". We continue to come to work.
Lauvao was taken to the locker room in a wheelchair. The conversion sailed wide to the right, keeping the score at 20-6.
Roethlisberger was 28 of 47 for 270 yards.