The easy part may have been getting to the playoffs in the first place when considering who Baltimore must play next. Their biggest rivals in Pittsburgh will be their first test as they look to advance in the postseason for the 6th time in 7 seasons.
The Ravens would never look back and would secure the 20-10 win and coupled with a San Diego Chargers loss to the Kansas City Chiefs return to the post season after a one-year absence.
The home office knows Sunday night’s blowout in Green Bay was the lowest rated of the season for NBC’s Sunday night package. Can’t blame people for tuning out, Chicago was down 42-0 at halftime that’s the largest halftime deficit EVER for an NFL game in primetime.
Ryan Wilson of CBSSports.com joined Bob and Glenn to review Week 9 in the NFL.
The Baltimore Ravens have plenty of flaws, and they’re running out of time to fix them.
Vinny & Rob breakdown the whooping the Ravens took at Heinz Field on Sunday night.
Ben Roethlisberger led the Pittsburgh Steelers to another victory Sunday night and managed to take down his last two opponents in record form – notching 6 TD passes in each of his last two games. It seems like nothing could get Big Ben down…well, except for maybe this late hit.
Ben Roethlisberger is on a roll, I would think it’s safe to say. Throwing 12 TD passes in two games will give people that impression.
There’s nothing fun about losing to the Steelers on national television. But losing by 20 points to your division rival is as bad as it gets.
Reality came quickly after the greatest day — statistically at least — of Ben Roethlisberger’s career.
There cannot be a season when the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers play and national television does not take advantage of the rivalry.
The Baltimore Ravens won’t drastically alter their game plan Sunday night just because Ben Roethlisberger threw for 522 yards and six touchdowns last week.