Rivalries are supposed to create another level of excitement, allowing an inferior team to be on the same level as a superior one on gameday.
That won't happen Sunday when the Pittsburgh Steelers (9-5) play the Ravens (4-10) at M&T Bank Stadium. This game was supposed to help determine the winner of the AFC North, but instead it could end in major embarrassment for the Ravens.
The Steelers are on a roll and so hot that some NFL analysts have declared them the team to beat in the conference playoffs. High-scoring offenses like the Steelers' have been known to make logical people lose their minds.
But New England (12-2) is still the team to beat because the Patriots...