Through the first 15 minutes, the Steelers hold a 7-0 lead, but Ravens fans have to be very pleased with the play of Joe Flacco and the Baltimore offense.
Flacco, who has struggled in his three previous trips into Heinz Field, looked very composed in the first quarter, going 7-of-9 for 98 yards. Derrick Mason, who had just seven catches on the season coming into today, already has five grabs for 70 yards.
The offensive line gave the Ravens' quarterback tons of time to throw, and Flacco has led two solid drives.
The first one ended on a sour note when Billy Cundiff missed a 46-yard field goal wide right, and things only got more sour from there when the Steelers followed the missed field goal by marching 64 yards in just over four minutes for the opening score.
Rashard Mendenhall punched it in from a yard out to give the Steelers a 7-0 lead.
Let's see if the Ravens can answer.
UPDATE: They can.
Willis McGahee's nine-yard touchdown run has knotted this game at 7-7. Great run by McGahee, who gave an open-field shake that left Steelers linebacker James Farrior flailing at the air, and great blocking on the right side of the line by right tackle Marshal Yanda and fullback Le'Ron McClain.