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George Pickens scores 41-yard TD to help Steelers beat Ravens, 17-10

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The Steelers made an impressive comeback in the fourth quarter, winning 17-10 against the Ravens. The Ravens took an early lead but failed to score again. Pittsburgh's comeback was sparked by a blocked punt and a field goal. George Pickens scored a 41-yard touchdown, giving the Steelers the lead. The Ravens had a chance to tie the game, but T.J. Watt sacked Lamar Jackson to secure the victory. The Steelers' offense struggled but managed to put up 289 yards and 17 first downs. Jackson had a tough game, throwing an interception and losing a fumble. Both teams have a 3-2 record and will have upcoming games.

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