I'm still relatively new at this and have covered only three Ravens-Steelers games, but I was surprised how little rhetoric there was between the two teams last week. And I certainly wasn't the only one who noted how both teams were on their best behavior. It was probably because much of the attention on the game centered on the status of Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. I also think the fact that the two teams play each other twice in three weeks probably toned things down somewhat. With that being said, I'd be very surprised if that silence and cordial behavior persists into next week's matchup. The Steelers were apparently none too pleased at the way several Ravens, including star running back Ray Rice, displayed "Terrible Towels" as they walked off the field after the game. Rice had one draped over his head, prompting Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley to say on his Twitter feed, "Bad idea Ray." The Ravens claim that they were responding to the towels being thrown at them. Then, cameras caught a couple of Ravens, including linebacker Terrell Suggs, saying that Heinz Field was "like home" to the Ravens. I'm sure the Steelers will be made aware of those comments when their preparation for the rematch at M&T Bank Stadium begins next week. That ought to liven things up a little bit.