Personnel: The Ravens' iron men with 100 percent participation were linemen
What went right: Rice's determination, vision, speed, balance and instincts were displayed on his spectacular 4th-and-29 jaunt, a first down that led to the game-tying field goal in regulation.
What went wrong: The line was shaky in protection, with Osemele the primary culprit. He was beaten for two sacks. Oher surrendered one sack and four quarterback hurries. Reid is struggling and has had two false starts in his first two starts. Sunday, he allowed four hurries. Jones was off his usual gold standard, making poor decisions and not providing big returns. On Rivers' lone touchdown pass, Williams got spun around and Pollard was too late arriving.
Turning point: Trailing 13-10 in a seemingly hopeless situation, Rice transformed a humble dump pass into an instant classic. Without that first down, the Ravens never make it to overtime.
X-factor: Kruger has already embarrassed
Strategy: With their top two quarterbacks,
Personnel: Roethlisberger wasn't the only standout player the Steelers were without. They did not have wide receiver Antonio Brown or safety
What went right: The defense got off to a great start, as linebacker
What went wrong: Even though the offense sputtered, averaging just 4.4 yards per play, the bigger issue was turnovers. The Steelers fumbled the ball eight times, losing five of them, including one from each of their four running backs. Batch threw three interceptions, two in the fourth quarter. The defense did its best to limit the damage, but the Browns scored 17 of their points off turnovers. Speedy wideout
Turning point: Despite it being a disastrous afternoon for the offense, the Steelers had a chance to retake the lead early in the fourth quarter. Trailing, 20-14, they advanced to Cleveland's 30-yard line. But Batch threw an inaccurate pass behind Wallace, who was running a slant, and the ball bounced off Wallace and a pair of Browns to defensive tackle