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Steelers and Ravens fans’ confidence going in opposite directions heading into Sunday night

The Pittsburgh Steelers fan base are not believers...yet.

Pittsburgh Steelers v Cleveland Browns Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens are about to go head-to-head in prime time, again, and the two teams understand the importance of the divisional matchup.

Baltimore comes into the game with a 2-1 record, where the Steelers are coming off their first win of the season and are possessing a 1-1-1 record. A lot on the line, but when it comes to the fan bases’ confidence, the two rivals couldn’t be in a different place heading into Sunday Night Football.

For the Steelers, their confidence in the direction of the team may have flattened out, but at a whopping 25 percent. In other words, the fan base isn’t too confident in the team, and understandably so.

As for the Baltimore fan base, it is safe to say they are riding high heading into Sunday night, with their fans’ confidence brimming above 90 percent.

Some might consider this to be a case of an underachieving Steelers team with a disappointed fan base, and a Ravens team which is surprising many with their new, high flying offense.

Either way, it is safe to say one of these fan bases’ numbers will sky rocket heading into Week 5. Will it be a must-needed clutch win for the Steelers at home? Or will be it a huge road win against the Steelers in front of a national stage?

Only time will tell, but if you want to be a part of the BTSC Steelers FanPulse, and provide insight into these statistics, you can still join by clicking HERE.