The Ravens have won five of the past six meetings with the Pittsburgh Steelers, including the past three in Baltimore. But three of those six games have been decided by three points or fewer, and the average point differential in the past 10 meetings is 7.3. Still, the Ravens are 7-3 in the month of November against the Steelers.
Here are three stats to keep in mind before Sunday's 1 p.m. game at M&T Bank Stadium that could go a long way toward determining which team will seize control of the AFC North.
1: Although he leads the NFL in yards from scrimmage per game (147.3 ypg), Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell has rushed for 100 yards just once in five career games against the Ravens. He has scored a rushing touchdown in two of those contests.
3: Kicker Justin Tucker has converted three of his 10 career game-winning field goals against the Steelers, his most against a single opponent. For his career, Tucker has connected on 22 of 23 field goals (95.7 percent) against Pittsburgh, another career high against an opposing team.
13-3: In his past 10 meetings with the Steelers, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has thrown 13 touchdowns against just three interceptions. And the team has won six of those games.