Antonio Brown reaches over Weddle, Mosley for division-winning TD

What a game. What a finish.

Antonio Brown capped off a classic Pittsburgh SteelersBaltimore Ravens rivalry game on Sunday with one of the most clutch plays he’ll make in all of his career.

With the clock ticking under 10 seconds and no timeouts to use, Brown caught a pass over the middle and bullied his way through two of the Ravens’ best defenders – Eric Weddle and C.J. Mosley – to score a 4-yard touchdown. The win gave the Steelers their first division title since 2014.

The game started slow with the Steelers carrying a 7-6 lead into halftime, but exploded in the fourth quarter. Le’Veon Bell notched touchdowns on back-to-back drives, giving Pittsburgh a 24-20 lead late in the final frame.

Watch: Le’Veon Bell shows off speed, vision outrunning Ravens for TD

The Ravens surged down the field on a 75-yard, 14-play drive finished off by a powerful touchdown run by fullback Kyle Juszczyk, leaving the Steelers with 1:18 for their game-winning drive. The loss eliminated Baltimore from playoff contention, meaning the Ravens will miss the postseason in consecutive years for the first time since 2004 and 2005.

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