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The unthinkable has finally happened. The Ravens lost a home game. Two years ago to the week, the Ravens lost 23-20 to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Baltimore’s four-game winning streak is over, as is their 16-game home winning streak and their 12-game division winning streak.
Shaun Suisham hit the game-winning field goal as time expired to ice the win for the Steelers.
A Joe Flacco fumble proved costly and so did a Paul Kruger roughing the passer penalty.
The Ravens will prepare for next week’s game against the Redskins.
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ThePittsburgh Steelers may be only 6-5 entering this weeks game against rival Baltimore, but it’s not unfamiliar territory for the six-time Superbowl champs. In 2005 the Steelers were 7-5 after three straight losses and rallied together to win out the remainder of the season and eventually go on to win the Superbowl. There is one more situation that is becoming eerily connected...
I find it almost humorous how quickly articles can change in my mind through the course of a Pittsburgh Steelers’ football game. There were so many things to be critical of as the game wore on yesterday as the Steelers seemed headed for a third straight loss. Despite the fact they won yesterday, I can’t sit here today and wax poetically about everything I saw. In my mind, Mike...
If you saw the moment immediately after Shaun Suisham’s field goal attempt sailed through the uprights to give Pittsburgh a huge win over Baltimore then you know what I’m talking about. Franchise quarterback Ben Roethlisberger shared an embrace with his back-up Charlie Batch for what seemed like hours. Amongst the heap of towels and stocking caps and winter coats, the two men...
With Big Ben’s injury, the game on the road, and Baltimore performing well lately, there is not too much confidence in prediction markets that the Steelers can produce an upset.
The SportsTradex.com prediction market is currently indicating that the Steelers have a 27% chance of winning the game on Sunday. The market had the Steelers at a higher chance of winning earlier this week...
The Pittsburgh Steelers are expected to be without top
cornerback Ike Taylor for the next three to six weeks after he injured his
right ankle on the team’s first defensive series against the Baltimore Ravens
Sunday, reports ESPN.
Ike Taylor is expected to miss three to six weeks after
injuring his right ankle in the first series against the Ravens on Sunday, a
The Baltimore Ravens remain poised to reach the postseason as AFC North champions - just like last year - in spite of their disappointing and unexpected loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Baltimore (9-3) could have clinched a playoff berth and eliminated the Steelers from the division race with a victory on Sunday. Instead, the Ravens had their 15-game home winning streak snapped...
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reports that a source with knowledge of the situation has informed him that Steelers CB Ike Taylor is expected to be out for at least 2-6 weeks after he suffered a right fibula injury during Sunday’s win over the Ravens.
Florio’s source adds that there’s “concern that the injury is significant.”
This a pretty big loss for Pittsburgh...
Pittsburgh could get Ben Roethlisberger back this week for a home game against the San Diego Chargers, but the Steelers have confidence in Charlie Batch if he cannot go because of his shoulder and rib injuries. Batch had his best performance in a Steelers uniform when he completed 25 of 36 passes for 276 yards in a 23-20 victory over Baltimore, including rallying the Steelers...
Pittsburgh running back Rashard Mendenhall is inactive for Week 13 against division rival Baltimore.Fantasy Spin:Mendenhall wasn't listed on the injury report making this a confusing healthy scratch. The Steelers will use Jonathan Dwyer and Isaac Redman.