The Ravens, ranked No. 10 in pass defense, allowing 230.5 yards a game, will probably be without veteran Jimmy Smith (ankle), the team's top cornerback. Pittsburgh has the league's No. 5 passing offense led by receiver Antonio Brown, who has 85 catches for 1,173 yards and 10 touchdowns. Bell is second on the team with 72 catches for 601 yards and receiver Eli Rogers has 38 receptions for 449 yards. But of course, all the attention goes to Brown, and the Ravens may not have Smith.