Was it a touchdown or not?
I didn't think so when Santonio Holmes first caught the pass from Ben Roethlisberger with 43 seconds remaining.
But after seeing the overhead replay and the side view, I thought the ball did reach Holmes hands just across the goal line.
People in Baltimore will obviously think otherwise, but that's water over the bridge as Bill Cowher once said.
© Ben Roethlisberger will go down as this generation's John Elway.
That's five times this season he's led the Steelers to game-winning or tying drives in the fourth quarter.
The crazy thing is that he can look awful at times, but when the game is on the line, he becomes a totally different quarterback.
The players and coaching staff believe in him and that's perhaps the biggest thing.
© We heard all week that Joe Flacco hasn't looked like a rookie of late.
He certainly looked like one Sunday.
Maybe that's the difference between playing the Bengals and Browns or playing the Steelers.
© Then again, the Ravens coaching staff didn't allow Flacco to try much downfield until they needed to.
They played not to lose instead of playing to win.
© That was one excited locker room after the game.
Most of the players on this team had never before won in Baltimore.
To get that monkey off their backs while also winning the division and locking up a first-round bye in the playoffs was a pretty good day for the Steelers.
© I said Saturday night when another writer asked me why I liked Pittsburgh to win this one that I felt if the Steelers could keep things close, the more veteran quarterback would win it. That proved to be the case.
That won't be the case next week in Tennessee. I don't think Kerry Collins can beat the Steelers. I just don't see it happening.
© Holmes was fortunate the Steelers came back and won this one – and he had the game-winning score - or he may have gone down as one of the biggest goats in Pittsburgh sports history.