For the third consecutive game, the Steelers will be without their star quarterback. At least it appears as if they’ll have the quarterback of their defense and the reigning team MVP back on the field.
Vinny and Rob talk Ravens-Steelers, SEC Championship Game, BCS Rules and more on Ask The GM.
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.
The Baltimore Ravens will play Pittsburgh for the second time in 14 days on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium. Pittsburgh needs to win Sunday to keep pace with Baltimore. With Big Ben likely out, Pittsburgh will have to rely on their defense to get the job done. That will be a tall task against a Ravens team that is almost unbeatable at home.
While his one-game suspension was overturned on appeal, Ed Reed isn’t happy about having to pay a $50,000 fine, fearing that he’ll be labeled a dirty player. ESPN’s John Clayton explains to Vinny and Rob why the NFL had to act.
The Baltimore Sun’s Aaron Wilson joins Vinny and Rob on his way back from Pittsburgh and talks about the Ravens win over the Steelers
Baltimore and Pittsburgh have hated each other for years; the two teams are almost always involved in a heated slugfest. Sunday night at Heinz Field was no different as Baltimore defeated Pittsburgh 13-10. With this win, Baltimore now has a two game lead over Pittsburgh with six games remaining.
The Ravens have been severely banged up for a good portion of the year. The only team in the AFC with just as many injuries may be the Pittsburgh Steelers. The heated division rivalry will begin once again on Sunday Night. And while many faces will be out for this game. Both teams will get some much needed pieces back in play. Pittsburgh will have Rashard Mendenhall back for this game. And Baltimore should see Haloti Ngata return to help a banged up defense.
The Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers will play for first place in the AFC North.
John Eisenberg of Baltimoreravens.com joins Haynie & Zinno to talk Ravens football.
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
Pittsburgh will host the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday with first place in the AFC North on the line. Currently trailing Baltimore by one game, the Steelers will play without their starting quarterback. The Steelers can’t afford to fall two games behind Baltimore. If Baltimore wins, they’ll be in the drivers seat for a second consecutive division title
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