Steelers WRs Mike Wallace and Antonio Brown vs. Ravens CBs Lardarius Webb and Cary Williams

Last week, Roethlisberger went with the short passing game. Wallace (top left) and Brown (bottom left) can use their speed to turn short passes into big gains. Webb (top right) and Williams have gained a lot of confidence since the poor showing in Tennessee in Week 2. They have the size and speed to compete with Wallace and Brown, who have combined for 77 receptions, 1,231 yards and six touchdown catches.<br>
<b>Edge: Even</b>

( Wallace photo by Getty; Brown photo by US Presswire; Webb photo by The Baltimore Sun's Kenneth K. Lam; Williams photo by The Sun's Karl Merton Ferron )

Last week, Roethlisberger went with the short passing game. Wallace (top left) and Brown (bottom left) can use their speed to turn short passes into big gains. Webb (top right) and Williams have gained a lot of confidence since the poor showing in Tennessee in Week 2. They have the size and speed to compete with Wallace and Brown, who have combined for 77 receptions, 1,231 yards and six touchdown catches.
Edge: Even

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