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The Ravens have an opportunity to sweep the Pittsburgh Steelers for the first time since 2006 when Pittsburgh visits M&T Bank Stadium Sunday night.

The Ravens have had four other chances to sweep the Steelers, but fell short. It's a task that is easier said than done, according to Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs."It ain't just Pittsburgh," he said after the team's 17-10 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers kept the Ravens tied with the Steelers at 8-3 and in first place in the AFC North. "It's very hard to sweep a team in the NFL. But it has been done, it can be done. Like I said, we'll be ready to play the game on Sunday night. No game is won on paper."

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Both of next weekend's prime-time games involve divisional showdowns. The New York Jets will visit the New England Patriots Monday night.

"This is probably the biggest week in football with us playing the Steelers and the Jets playing New England," Suggs said. "So everybody's going to be tuned in."

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