Baltimore Ravens host Pittsburgh Steelers

BALTIMORE (AP) The Baltimore Ravens are the only undefeated team in the NFL, and they are the first team since 2003 to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in consecutive games.

The Ravens beat the Steelers 34-32 Sunday in Pittsburgh, their first win over the Steelers since 2008.

Quarterback Joe Flacco had 28 of his 34 passes for 244 yards and three touchdowns in a game that ended with a controversial penalty for roughing the passer.

Flacco threw for 210 yards and two touchdowns.

It was his first career 300-yard game and the fourth time in 11 games he’s thrown at least 300 yards and completed more than 70 percent of his passes.

Joe Flacos first career 200-yard passing game Sunday was his third of the season.

The last player to reach that mark was former Ravens quarterback Steve Young in 2006.

The Steelers, winners of five straight, trailed 17-7 with 10:33 remaining.

The Browns’ Jimmy Johnson hit Deion Sanders with a 10-yard touchdown pass, which made it 14-10 with 4:38 left.

Cleveland ran out the clock and then went ahead 15-7.

Pittsburgh’s Marcus Gilbert made a 27-yard field goal on a fourth-and-5 play that put the Ravens ahead 16-10.

That brought the Steelers to their first lead of the game, 18-14, on a 2-yard pass from Johnson to Justin Tucker with 4 seconds left.

Pittsburgh had a chance to tie it at 17 with 2:36 left, but Cleveland went ahead on a 7-yard run by T.J. Green.

Flacoz threw a pass to Jordan Norwood that was picked off by Antonio Smith.

Cleveland’s Joe Haden caught it at the Cleveland 10 and ran for a touchdown.

After that, Flacco took over.

Flacaiz went 13 of 26 for 210 passing yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions.

Flaccos second touchdown pass came on a 3-yard throw to Johnson that was tipped by Haden.

Haden made an 18-yard TD run.

The play gave the Ravens a 21-17 lead.

Cleveland got a chance for a first down with 4 minutes to play.

The kickoff was a 6-yarder by Ryan Jensen, who had his second straight 100-yard performance.

The pass to Johnson ended with Haden running through the left guard.

Flacoos next touchdown pass to Norwood came on the next play.

Flaaco was sacked by Smith.

Hadeel Jones, a rookie safety, had his first sack.

Hadeen Jones made a 25-yard interception return for a TD, his second of the night.

Flailoz was sacked on a third-and -11 play.

Norwood recovered on a pass by Johnson, but Hadeal Jones hit him on the left shoulder for a 14-yard loss.

Johnson hit Norwood on a 12-yard return for the TD.

Flacko made a 16-yard fumble recovery.

Hadens third sack came on Cleveland’s next drive.

Flax made another 24-yard catch.

Cleveland made its next score when Flax took a handoff from Norwood and ran right into the end zone for a 1-yard gain.

Hadell Jones made his first NFL start at quarterback, completing 8 of 10 passes for 68 yards.

Flakoz had eight catches for 73 yards and a touchdown, his most receiving yards since Week 2 against the Titans.

Hadreel Jones and Deon Bush also had four catches for 32 yards.

Browns rookie wide receiver Jeremy Butler caught one pass for 19 yards.