BALTIMORE -- Dennis Dixon is showing the rest of the league what he's made of.
The second-year quarterback made the biggest play of his career with a 24-yard quarterback scramble to give the Pittsburgh Steelers a 17-14 lead over the Baltimore Ravens. It's the first lead of the game for Pittsburgh and puts a lot of pressure on Baltimore at home. The Steelers drove 54 yards during the scoring drive.
Dixon's speed was apparent as he turned the corner and easily sprinted by defenders. He hasn’t scrambled much, but when Dixon has he’s been dangerous. He had a 31-yard scramble taken away in the first half.