Just as they did in Week 8, the Pittsburgh Steelers face another team who have lost three of their last four games in a mirror image to their 3-1 record from their last four outings. The Steelers have not lost since their first meeting with Baltimore in Week 4 and they will be looking to even the score on Sunday against a Ravens team struggling just as much as they were a little over a month ago.
While Pittsburgh has won three of their last four games versus Baltimore, they are 1-4 in their last five games at M&T Bank Stadium. However, with Joe Flacco coming off his worst game of the year and the Ravens offensive line spending most of the week on the sidelines with injuries in the past few days, the Steelers could be arriving in Baltimore at just the right time.
James Conner managed just 19-yards on nine carries the last time the two sides met and if Pittsburgh is hoping for an different outcome to the 26-14 scoreline from five weeks ago, he will need to dominate this game the same way he has his last three contests.
Game: Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2-1) @ Baltimore Ravens (4-4)
Date: Sunday, November 4
Kickoff: 1.00 p.m. ET
Venue: M&T Bank Stadium
Weather: Live weather update.
TV Channel: CBS, broadcast locally on KDKA-TV-2, with Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts as commentators and Evan Washburn the sideline reporter. Check the national broadcast map to see if the game is on in your area.
Online: NFL.com Game Pass on delay in the U.S and live for international viewers or live in the U.S via a subscription to NFL Sunday Ticket. The NFL Game Center will update the action on a play-by-play basis.
Radio: Steeler Nation Radio with Bill Hillgrove and Tunch Ilkin as commentators and Craig Wolfley as the sideline reporter. Broadcast live on WDVE 102.5 FM and WBGG 970 AM in the Pittsburgh area and via their local affiliates. Listen online via Steelers.com and with the Steelers Official Mobile App. Alternatively, you can listen to a radio broadcast on SiriusXM.
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While the status of Ben Roethlisberger is not in doubt despite a fracture index finger on his non-throwing hand, the availability of Marcus Gilbert and Coty Sensabaugh is after both players were limited on Thursday. The Ravens face even more questions with four of their five starting offensive linemen either limited or held out of practice all together on Wednesday and Thursday.