With a team-leading 13 receptions and three touchdowns of 20 yards or more, Torrey Smith has solidified his reputation as the Ravens' most productive deep threat this season. The wide receiver ranks fifth in the NFL with 17.9 average yards per catch and leads the team in touchdown receptions with seven. Smith caught a career-best seven balls for 144 yards in last Sunday's 16-13 overtime win against the San Diego Chargers. This Sunday, Smith faces a Pittsburgh Steelers defense that has troubled him in the past. Aside from a five-catch, 71-yard, one-touchdown performance on Nov. 16, 2011, Smith has grabbed just one pass for 7 yards in two other meetings against the team's biggest AFC North rival. Smith talked about Pittsburgh's strategy against him on Nov. 18.