On Thursday, Martindale said a player earns his “badge of honor” as a Raven after beating Pittsburgh. That means 26 players on the active roster got their badges after Sunday night’s win, a group that includes 12 members of the rookie class. But veteran players such as strong safety Tony Jefferson are also part of the exclusive club. “It’s huge,” Jefferson said. “This is the first time in my career beating the Steelers. So I’m excited about that.” … Harbaugh said the team dedicated a game ball in memory of Bobbi Engram, the daughter of wide receivers coach Bobby Engram and his wife, Deanna, who died Aug. 25 at the age of 20 and had battled sickle cell anemia. “Everybody’s kid gets to travel to a game, and it’s been just a great experience for the coaches’ families,” Harbaugh said. “Her list, her No. 1 — she would have had it because she’s one of the oldest kids — her No. 1 game was at Pittsburgh. That’s the one she wanted. She was with us today in our hearts, and that’s where the game ball went.” … The Ravens-Steelers game Sunday night was the highest rated prime-time program on TV with a 12.3 rating and 21 share overnight, making it the highest rated Ravens-Steelers game since 2011. The rating and share in Pittsburgh was 42.7/60, while Baltimore had a 32.3/49, according to the Nielsen overnight ratings provided by NBC. That means that three out of every five TVs in use in Pittsburgh were tuned to the game, while almost half were in Baltimore. Those were the markets with the largest audiences.