Pittsburgh’s division title hopes hang in the balance against arch-rival Baltimore. If the Ravens win on Sunday, they’ll most likely win the division. The Steelers are looking to avoid a second straight season sweep by the hands of Baltimore. This game will be close at M&T Bank Stadium. And with Big Ben most likely out for this game, Pittsburgh will need to play perfect football to have any chance of winning.
This week is Ravens – Steelers round two, the Ravens will be home this time, where they have won 15 straight. Linebacker Terrell Suggs is certainly looking forward to welcoming their arch rival.
93.7 The Fan’s John Seibel joins The Vinny and Rob Show to talk about the latest regarding Steelers’ injuries.
The Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers will play for first place in the AFC North.
Yes, I’m saying it, without Big Ben this game becomes a MUST win for the Ravens. Yes, A MUST WIN!
Former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason, now an analyst for “The NFL Today” on CBS Sports, joined the Vinny and Rob Show to preview Sunday night’s Ravens – Steelers Showdown
It doesn’t really feel like Steelers week this week.
Michele Tafoya of NBC Sports joined The Norris & Davis Show to break down Sunday’s Ravens/Steelers matchup.
The loss of Big Ben hurts the Steelers a great deal. But if you ask the coaches and players, the injury doesn’t affect the rivalry between the two teams. The Ravens hate the Steelers. And the Steelers hate the Ravens. Both teams will need to be on their A-game if they want to win.
Former Ravens offensive offensive lineman Wally Williams on Ravens/Steelers
The Pittsburgh Steelers say Byron Leftwich will start for injured quarterback Ben Roethlisberger in Sunday’s key matchup against the Baltimore Ravens.
The Norris & Davis Show got some updated information on Ben Roethlisberger’s injury from Steelers broadcaster & former OL Craig Wolfley. Check out Craig’s website at http://www.craigwolfley.com. Listen to the interview here: