Found December 02, 2012 on Steel City Blitz:
Round 2 of the best rivalry in the entire NFL kicks off today at 4:25pm as our Steelers and the hated Baltimore Ravens take to the field of battle at M&T Bank Stadium. We’ve been saying since the Steelers were sitting at 2-3 that every game was a must win game. The margin for error was small then, it’s even smaller now but that window is still open even if our team should lose today. The Steelers must  win the remaining four games on their schedule after today in order to get into the post season; if they do that and the Bengals are still either tied with the Steelers or at least 1 game back, Pittsburgh will get a post season berth. That’s a long way off though and this game is going to tell a lot about the resiliency of the Pittsburgh players and how badly they want to atone for the disaster they put on display last weekend in Cleveland. We talk frequently, as Steelers fans, about how well our team responds to adversity. When the chips are down, when every sign points to a loss...
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