Did anyone really trust Jonathan Dwyer and Isaac Redman to hold on to the football?
Emmanuel Sanders couldn’t do it Sunday in Baltimore. He lost a fumble and dropped a pass. Mike Wallace also dropped a pass.
That’s not what the Pittsburgh Steelers needed a week after turning the ball over eight times in Cleveland.
Dwyer and Redman, both guilty of fumbles last week, just had to secure the ball Sunday with the Steelers in field-goal range in the final two minutes. This time, they kept the ball in their hands and left everything to the foot of perhaps the one player who hasn’t let the Steelers down once this year, Shaun Suisham.
Suisham’s 42-yard field goal, his 24th in 25 attempts this season, gave the Steelers a last-second, 23-20 win over the Baltimore Ravens (9-3).
The Steelers (7-5), led by their backup quarterback, needed a win in Baltimore on a late-autumn evening to snap a two-game losing streak.
It should, because the Steelers were in the same boat in 2009. Wit...