Ravens Quotes: players pointing fingers and taking blame after 17-10 loss to Steelers

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In a surprising turn of events at Acrisure Stadium, at least judging by how things started for the Baltimore Ravens (3-2), it was the home team who ended up getting the win as the Pittsburgh Steelers (3-2) beat the Flock 17-10 pulling off an unexpected comeback from a 10-3 deficit at halftime.

Kenny Pickett, who finally got to start for the Steelers after a week of drama following his recovery from a "fake" injury suffered in Week 4, found George Pickens for a 41-yard touchdown with most of the yardage earned after the catch as Pickens absolutely outran a not-at-his-best-shape Marlon Humphrey.

Lamar Jackson could have had one of his best games ever, but the wide receivers of the Ravens simply didn't help him. Odell Beckham grabbed two passes for 13 yards and his production is starting to get a bit tiring... Zay Flowers finished with a great 73 yards on five receptions but failed to catch the best passes thrown his way. On and on it goes...

A few Ravens players (Lamar Jackson and Roquan Smith) spoke at the podium after the game following head coach John Harbaugh. Others shared videos on their personal social network accounts or were asked by media members in the locker room.

Here is everything the Ravens had to say about the Week 5 17-10 loss at Pittsburgh as the Flock gets ready to face the Tennessee Titans in London next Sunday.

Head Coach - John Harbaugh: "I'm not surprised by anything in the NFL. It's just the way it goes"

"Congratulations to the Steelers, making the plays they had to make to win the game," Harbaugh said.

"That was a great win for them. It's a disappointing loss for us. [We] had our opportunities, obviously, and [we] played hard. I love the way the guys played; they played hard, they fight ... We have to finish plays and do things like that and what you need to do to win a game like this, and we have to fight for that going forward."