Steelers rally to beat Ravens 13-9, win AFC North
A risky play by Ravens punt returner Jim Leonhard produced the game's first points. On the final play of the first quarter, Leonhard picked up a bouncing kick in a crowd at the Baltimore 11 and scooted 46 yards down the right sideline. Joe Flacco then completed a 24-yard pass to Todd Heap, and Stover followed with a field goal.

Steelers clinch division and bye with late win over Ravens
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Jim Leonhard returned the boot 46 yards to the Pittsburgh 43, and Flacco found Todd Heap in traffic down the middle of the field for a 24-yard gain to set up Matt Stover's 28-yard field goal at the 12:30 mark of the second quarter.

Ravens winning special teams chess match
Posted by Bill Ordine on December 14, 2008 4:34 PM
Jim Leonhard's two punt returns are the most conspicuous plays, an 18-yarder and a 46-yarder that led to a field goal, but Sam Koch's punts have helped the Ravens keep an edge in the field position battle in the first quarter.

Just as we expected, defenses playing big
By Dan Kolko on December 14, 2008 4:49 PM
Ray Lewis just came on a slight delayed blitz and brought down Ben Roethlisberger for the game's first sack, and after a huge punt return from Jim Leonhard, the Ravens will start the second quarter with possession at the Pittsburgh 43.

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