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Steelers vs. Ravens: News and updates leading into Week 13

Pitta won't play Thursday

There was a small chance Pitta may have been activated for the first time this season, but it appears as if the tight end will make his season debut in Week 14 against Minnesota.

Ben needs two TD passes to tie Bradshaw

And three touchdown passes to break Bradshaw's record of 212. If Roethlisberger is to break it, he'll need to do something he's only done once in 13 games against the Ravens.

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Family, Food, Faith, and Football, not shopping

Homer imagines the Wal-Marts in the heart of Steeler Nation will be empty, because no Steeler fan would dare to be caught dead scrambling for $1 door buster while he (or she) should be gathered together with family and friends, cheering the Steelers.

Can Chef Tomlin's recipe tenderize a tough bird?

The Ravens may be "too hungry to lose", but the Steelers are hoping the boys from Baltimore will be eating some crow on Thanksgiving...

Woodley doubtful vs. Ravens

Steelers OLB LaMarr Woodley is listed as doubtful for Pittsburgh's Thursday night game against Baltimore, but Brett Keisel and Shamarko Thomas should both play.

The Standard is The Standard - Ravens pregame

Steelers pregame podcast with Neal Coolong and Lance Williams.

5 Questions with Baltimore Beat Down

The Steelers and Ravens kick off at 8:30 p.m. ET Thursday night. In preparation for that game, Baltimore Beat Down editor Jason Butt answers a few questions regarding the game.

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Steelers vs. Ravens Week 13: Everything you need

All our coverage leading up to the Steelers' 8:30 p.m. kickoff against the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.

Fantasy Football: Which Steelers to start/sit

A tough Ravens defense presents issues from a Fantasy perspective.

5 reasons the Steelers will beat the Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens pose a nasty defensive challenge to Pittsburgh once again, but the Steelers have the weapons in place to handle it. The Steelers and Ravens kick off at 8:30 p.m. ET Thursday.

Steelers vs. Ravens: All broadcast information

The Steelers and Ravens take their rivalry to the Thanksgiving night stage, giving a primetime audience a view of their regular season playoff showdown in Week 14. Both teams are 5-6, Baltimore is a three-point favorite heading into the game.

Steelers one win from .500 and it tastes so good

After an 0-4 start (the worst in 45 years), the Steelers have a shot to get back to .500, Thursday night in Baltimore. Not only that, a victory over the Ravens would more than solidify Pittsburgh's playoff chances with just a month to go.

Woods: 'My first start would mean a lot'

Steelers nose tackle Al Woods isn't counting on it, but he's preparing to start Thursday against the Ravens, the same as he prepares every week. He spoke with BTSC's Dale Grdnic about that and more.

Quarterbacks don't want to share the ball

Both Ben Roethlisberger and Joe Flacco have brought up tenuous support for their respective teams' dip into packages with other players taking snaps. If nothing else, it forces both teams to spend some time preparing for those plays in a short week.

Depth of nose tackle position key element Thursday

The Steelers will be without Steve McLendon Thursday, giving them a lack of film on the players who will assume that position Thursday against the Baltimore Ravens. That will be an advantage for Pittsburgh.

LeBeau: 'Ray Rice is one of the best ever'

Steelers defensive coordinator is still wary of Ravens RB Ray Rice, even if he isn't having his best season.

Possible returns of Keisel, Thomas.

The Steelers may see the return of Brett Keisel and Shamarko Thomas Thursday when they take on Baltimore. The same may not ring true for LaMarr Woodley.

Steelers vs. Ravens: Week 13 Preview

Take a dinner roll, put some turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes in it, smother the whole thing with gravy, and settle in for a good, old-fashioned Thanksgiving day bloodbath.

Wreck It Heyward

Steelers defensive end Cameron Heyward is becoming a dominant presence on the defensive line through strength and hyperactivity.

What in the Worilds are the Steelers to do?

The more Jason Worilds continues to look like a starting NFL linebacker on the left side of the Steelers defense, the more LaMarr Woodley develops a striking resemblance to Willie Colon.

Woodley, Keisel must practice Tuesday to play

The participation in the Steelers game vs. Baltimore Thursday night for LaMarr Woodley and Brett Keisel will depend on their ability to practice fully Tuesday.

Steelers vs. Ravens meet in rare circumstances

The Ravens and Steelers are used to the second of their two-game tilt against each other having playoff implications. In fact, 2013 marks the lowest combined win percentage (.454) since the 1999 season - the last time neither team made the playoffs.