BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Despite resting several starters Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens took care of business, beating the Pittsburgh Steelers 28-10.
After 12 straight wins, fans are eager to see what the team can do in the playoffs.READ MORE: Baltimore City Councilman Arrested At CASA Protest
“I’m feeling great, I love to see the city in purple,” said fan Kim Fetrow.
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The team not only finished 14-2 — the best record in franchise history — but broke numerous records, including the all-time record for team rushing yards in a season.READ MORE: Gov. Larry Hogan Lifts All COVID-19 Capacity Restrictions As Of Saturday, Indoor Mask Mandate Will Remain
“I don’t know how it could’ve been than how it is, it was a fantastic season,” said Ryan Nawrocki.
Seven starters including quarterback Lamar Jackson, sat out on Sunday as the Steelers fought for a spot in the playoffs.
“It was raining, it was wet and they still brought the excitement,” said Jean Hampton.
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“I think I’m going to give myself a break and then just revved up for the inevitable Super Bowl,” Brett Wilson said.