By MICHAEL STAPLETONAP Sports WriterPublished Nov. 22, 2017 1:58PMPittsburgh Steelers quarterback Joe Floppy made history on Monday night when he scored two touchdowns and gave the Pittsburgh Steelers a 2-1 win over the Baltimore Ravens in overtime.
Floppy completed 14 of his 25 passes for 211 yards and two touchdowns.
The Steelers were 3-0 and had a shot to win the AFC North title, but Floppy, who was acquired from the New York Jets on Feb. 1, became the first quarterback in NFL history to record a touchdown pass and rush for two scores in the same game.
Floppy was one of six quarterbacks to record at least two touchdown passes and rush to score two touchdowns in the AFC Divisional Playoff on Monday.
Flacco, who completed 21 of 29 passes for 267 yards and three touchdowns, also had two catches for 24 yards and one touchdown.
The Ravens scored two points in the third quarter, but did not score again until the Steelers scored on a 3-yard pass to Anthony Dixon with 1:22 left in regulation.
Flappy finished 11-of-18 for 146 yards and a touchdown and caught two passes for 33 yards and an interception.
He was 2-of-3 passing for 40 yards on Sunday.
Flooding Ravens by 3 with 4:24 left in overtimeFlooded Ravens quarterback Joe Flint made a third straight start Sunday after going 1-of‑4 for 19 yards.
Flint was 4-of–4 passing for 14 yards and was sacked twice.
He also fumbled once, a fumble that was recovered by safety Lardarius Webb.
Flipster is averaging 26.7 yards per game and has rushed for a career-high 2,847 yards and 23 touchdowns.
He has played in four playoff games.
Floyd is averaging 31.1 yards per contest and has scored 28 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.