Steelers win 17-10 against Ravens to stay in postseason hunt.

It wasn't a pretty day in Baltimore, but the Steelers won. On the opening play of the fourth quarter, wide receiver Diontae Johnson scored 71 yards on a short Mason Rudolph ball to break a 7-7 tie, and the Steelers took a 10-point lead before the two-minute warning after a Gus Edwards turnover

Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley utilized throws and scrambles to get deep into Steelers territory before Markus Golden's sack forced a field goal.

Justin Tucker's 36-yard try narrowed the margin to 17-10, but the Steelers recovered the onside kick with seconds left to secure a win that kept Pittsburgh's postseason chances alive.

The Steelers currently have three playoff options. They advance if the Jaguars lose or tie the Titans or the Bills lose against the Dolphins. They will also make it if Saturday's Colts-Texans game is a draw.

Baltimore's late comeback attempt lacked Steelers defender T.J. Watt. Watt, who had two sacks to reach 19 on the season, departed the game in the third quarter with a left knee injury and was called out early in the fourth.

Watt's health will be crucial to their hopes of winning another road game in the playoffs.

Rudolph completed 18-of-20 for 152 yards while Najee Harris ran 26 times for 112 yards. That gave Harris 1,000 yards for the third time in three NFL seasons and gave the Steelers over 35 minutes of possession.

Pittsburgh lost two fumbles, but the Ravens also did, and neither scored. They'll rest until the divisional round, and their next game may be round three against their AFC North opponents.

Watch this space for further developments.