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Steelers vs. Ravens: the rivalry continues in big AFC North showdown

The best rivalry in football will be continued in Week 11 as the Steelers host Baltimore in a critical AFC North game.

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Steelers vs. Ravens first half open thread

The Steelers will be without Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown, but neither are surprising.

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Former Steelers LB James Farrior says "I'm done"

Steelers starting linebacker from 2002-11 says he received a few phone calls about playing after his release from the Steelers this offseason, but declined all of them.

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Early Games Open Thread

We've got some intriguing early games to keep our eyes on in preparation for tonight's Ravens at Steelers game on Sunday Night Football.

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A Head Coach And The Media: Not The Perfect Match

Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin is known for his many Tomlinisms, which have provided reporters with great sound bytes and writers with great quotes over the years. However, like any other head coach, it's become quite apparent that his relationship with the media has become a bit strained in recent years.

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Sid Crosby warns Ryan Clark 'he's taking a chance'

The star center of the Penguins gives his take on the head injuries suffered recently by Steelers safety Ryan Clark, and gives warning that Clark is "taking a chance" in playing against Baltimore in Week 11.

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Mike Wallace sets tone for Week 11 vs. Ravens

Words from Steelers Pro Bowl receiver sets the tone for the recent shift in the Steelers/Ravens rivalry

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Steelers Vs. Ravens: Time, TV broadcast and more

All pregame information, links and news you'll need before the Steelers kick off vs. the Ravens at 8:30 p.m. ET Sunday

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5 reasons why the Steelers can beat the Ravens

These aren't the same teams fans are used to seeing do battle twice a year. The absence of Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown, not to mention, Ray Lewis and Hines Ward, shake things up, but the Steelers have a few tricks up their sleeve for the home crowd.

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Steelers vs. Ravens Week 11 preview

Steelers/Ravens games are usually about physical dominance, but without headliners of the marquee days of this rivalry, it may have more of a "finesse" feel to it in Week 11.

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Steelers Week 11 Fantasy Football starting advice

Running backs will take center stage when the Steelers host the league's 26th-ranked run defense in the Baltimore Ravens.

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Speed on the outside for both Steelers, Ravens

Steelers players say Mike Wallace is faster than Torrey Smith, and Ravens players probably say the opposite. What's important is who makes the big plays on Sunday.

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Keys to stopping Ravens' zone running, Ray Rice

The Chiefs had success against the Steelers in their zone-running concept with Jamaal Charles. Baltimore runs this same concept, as the Steelers know. How can Pittsburgh stop it?

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Steelers/Ravens history: Troy sticks in the dagger

A real rivalry game is a season unto itself. The result can either redeem or spoil all that preceded or followed that particular contest making or breaking a year. So when a rivalry game also doubles as a Conference Championship Game things really intensify, to say the least.

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Steelers vs Ravens: Defying the Odds

The Steelers will not have QB Ben Roethlisberger in what was being considered an epic showdown between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens Sunday night.

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Putting The Boot back in Heinz Field

In conjunction with the team's 80th Anniversary season, the Steelers are hosting former players to Sunday night's game against Baltimore, including former linebacker Joey Porter.

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Suggs 'a little disappointed' Ben won't play

Outspoken Ravens defensive player acknowledges the absence of Roethlisberger, as well as Hines Ward and Ray Lewis, changes the rivalry between the two teams a little bit, but not enough to suggest it's less than the best rivalry in football.

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Steelers vs. Ravens games have a life in itself

Anxiety, energy and pure emotion permeates the entire house before watching Steelers/Ravens games mostly in seclusion, writes Neal Coolong

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