Ravens 20, Steelers 17
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Ravens 17, Steelers 13
The Steelers won't be an easy out despite the injuries that have wreaked havoc on both sides of the ball. But the Ravens are just too strong at home and should be able to squeak out a close one.
Ravens 14, Steelers 6
The Ravens are on a roll and the Steelers are on the decline. Pittsburgh can still play defense, but the Steelers have no offense.
Ravens 23, Steelers 13
Don't see the Steelers coming into M&T Bank Stadium and accomplishing much unless Big Ben makes a surprise entrance. Even then, the Ravens win, though it would be a lot closer.
Ravens 25, Steelers 16
Assuming Roethlisberger doesn't play for the Steelers, the Ravens should take care of business at home against their rivals and sweep the season series for a second straight year.
Ravens 24, Steelers 13
Despite the anticipated return of Roethlisberger, the Steelers are unable to stop the sweep of the season series for a second consecutive year. The potent tandem of Ray Rice and Torrey Smith puts the Ravens over the top for AFC North supremacy.
Ravens 24, Steelers 17
Regardless of who is playing quarterback for Pittsburgh, the Ravens want nothing more than to knock their hated rival out of the division race, and they'll get it done behind an offense that hasn't been stopped often at home.