It was a bitter pill to swallow for Ravens offensive tackle
It was a pivotal moment during the Ravens' 23-20 loss to the Steelers on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium. Four plays later, quarterback
"He's a good player," Oher said of Harrison. "You've got to account for him. It's a tough loss. We have to get back to work. You can always get better. We can do a lot of things better."
This marked the second Ravens-Steelers game in a row that Harrison has recorded a sack against Oher.
The turnover was reminiscent of strong safety
"I had been bull-rushing all game," Harrison said. "On the sack, I basically set up the same way. It looked like I was going to bull-rush. But I just slapped the hands (of Oher). I just hand-played him outside. "Flacco held on to the ball a little longer than usual and I was able to get my hand in there."
Flacco held the football for a while, waiting in vain for a receiver to get open.
"Everybody was covered downfield," Flacco said. "I was getting ready to tuck it and chalk it up as a loss. The guy came around and hit my wrist. He hit the ball and just got it out. I tried to hold, but I couldn't."