10. For the second straight week, I can wear my nice clothes to the "Three-star Accountability Corner," which is to say no one is throwing rotten food at me here for my pregame picks for the three stars of the game. My first star of the game, Flacco, came through for 260 yards and two scores -- not exactly the lofty 280 and three I predicted, but he got the job done. Steelers receiver Antonio Brown, as I said, didn't meet his own lofty standards, but caught nine balls for 117 yards and missed his first postseason touchdown by about six inches. And his counterpart, Steve Smith, was probably the second best Ravens player on offense all day. He didn't score, but caught five balls for 101 yards and brought some fire the offense had been lacking in the last month. Plenty of defensive players deserve a nod here, but it was always going to be offense-heavy day, and these guys proper earned the plaudits I gave them before the game.