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.
Here are the top 10 Tweets sent about the Pittsburgh Steelers’ ugly throwback uni’s.
Last week, you saw the Ravens crush the Steelers right here on WJZ but Wednesday, two of the former players and rivals have come together for a different reason.
The Ravens take on the Steelers Thursday night, and they’ll do so trying to avoid going 0-2 to start the season. Two divisional losses to open the 2014 NFL campaign would be a devastating hole, and they’ll have to go through a balanced Pittsburgh offense to do so. “They like to run the ball and have done so pretty well so far,” said Colony.
Four days after opening the season by losing to a division foe at home, the Baltimore Ravens face their most-hated rival in a pivotal game Thursday night.
What a loss it will be for the Cleveland Browns this year. Josh Gordon is suspended for the 2014 season. He obviously made some mistakes and needs to stay in shape for next season. Josh Gordon- best wide receiver in the game huge loss. With the loss of Gordon, they still have tight end Jordan Cameron and running back Terrance West who will hopefully make up for those yards.
The Pittsburgh-based Allegheny Health Network has signed a five-year deal to collaborate with Baltimore’s Johns Hopkins Medicine on cancer treatment and research.
What is the scoop with, of course, Johnny Manziel? Seems like everyone is pretty opinionated about the quarterback. Is there an upside for Manziel? Manziel made everyone look throughout his college career. One thing that really made people look was in the Chik-Fil-A Bowl. Felder noticed “NFL throws” from Manziel, especially in that bowl. Manziel is good but can he get better? Is he an NFL starter? Potientially, yeah Manziel could be a starter.
Cast aside and then welcomed back, Steve Pearce enjoyed a memorable performance in his return to the Orioles.
Andrew McCutchen hit a ninth-inning home run and the Pittsburgh Pirates and Baltimore Orioles played to a 7-7, 10-inning tie on Sunday.
Baltimore starter Bud Norris gave up a solo homer to Andrew McCutchen, then settled in and helped the Orioles beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-2 on Thursday night.