Throughout the majority of Saturday's game against the Ravens, the Steelers had refrained from throwing the ball.
However, they did so on the very first play of the fourth quarter, and it proved to be a successful move for them.
Mason Rudolph, the quarterback, sent a pass to wide receiver Diontae Johnson as he was in stride, and Johnson converted the medium hook-up into a score that went over 71 yards.
It is the longest play that the Ravens have allowed all season, and the extra point extended Pittsburgh's advantage to 14-7 with 14 minutes and 49 seconds remaining in the game against them.
The Steelers had only 78 yards through the air before to that play because both teams had been exceedingly careful on a rainy day in Baltimore. The Steelers had only 78 yards via the air.
It will be interesting to watch whether the score prompts the Ravens to unleash their offensive.
When it comes to injuries, the Steelers have received some unfortunate news, which may make this decision simpler to make.
Because of the injury to his left knee that forced him to go to the locker room in the third quarter, linebacker T.J. Watt will not be able to return to action.