2014 Steelers 43 vs Ravens 23 SNF
Ben once again puts up video game-worthy stats, hitting 25 of 37 (67.5%) for 340 yds, 6 TD, 0 INT, becoming the only QB in NFL history to throw 12 TDs in a 2-game span.
The Ravens are in control early, jumping out to a 7-0 lead and sacking Roethlisberger on 3 consecutive plays at one point. But Baltimore turnovers turn the tide. After a Ravens fumble, Ben quickly hits Le'Veon Bell for his first TD of the night. Moments later, Harrison pressures Flacco into an INT and Ben hits a wide open Martavis Bryant for a 19-yd score. The Ravens add a FG, but Ben responds with a gorgeous 47-yd TD bomb to Marcus Wheaton, capped by a 2-pt conversion when a mishandled snap results in a Wing-to-Spaeth pass for a 22-10 halftime lead.
After a scoreless 3rd quarter, Ben begins the 4th quarter with his 4th TD of the day, a 54-yd strike to Antonio Brown who gathers in a 20-yd sideline pass, turnsinside, stiff-arms the safety and weaves his way across the field for a 29-10 lead. Jacoby Jones returns the ensuing kickoff 108 yds for a Baltimore TD, but it doesn't matter; moments later, Ben fires an 18-yd TD laser to Bryant. Roethlisberger completes his remarkable night on a 4th-and-2 play at the 2-minute warning, freezing the defense with play-action and lofting a beautiful touch pass to Spaeth, who dives into the end zone for Ben's 6th TD pass.