Fresh off the bench (and the reserve/COVID-19 list) to replace the struggling Robert Griffin III in the fourth quarter against the undefeated Steelers, Trace McSorley threw his first career touchdown pass to Marquise Brown to give the Ravens a glimmer of hope.
That hope was short-lived, as the defense failed to get off the field and Pittsburgh ran out the remaining time on the clock. Still, that doesn’t take away from what was a beautifully executed pass-and-catch for six points in Baltimore’s favor.
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McSorley found a streaking “Hollywood” Brown on the right side of the field, and after a series of stutter steps and 84 yards later, the lead was shrunk to six points before Justin Tucker kicked home the extra-point attempt.
McSorley and Griffin played in place of Lamar Jackson, who was among the many Ravens placed