The Baltimore Ravens (4-5) scored only one touchdown in their third straight defeat, and the defense surrendered three total touchdowns to Ben Roethlisberger in a crucial 23-16 loss to the rival Pittsburgh Steelers.
For the first time since 2014, these AFC North rivals will wrap up the season series before December. That doesn’t mean Sunday’s game is any less important to the skidding Ravens (4-4).
The Pittsburgh Steelers were bullied the last time they faced the Baltimore Ravens. In a rivalry mostly defined by physicality, that might be the worst that could be said about either side following a game.
Teams like the Pittsburgh Steelers and Washington Redskins have proven the franchise tag is a flawed system. It either needs to go, or undergo a makeover, says Rob Woodfork in the NFL Week 1 Wrap.
It’s a strange season in the AFC North, where the Ravens have reloaded to try and keep up with the rival Steelers, and the Browns are just trying to win a game.
Monday night’s ugly Steelers-Bengals game showed us that the NFL isn’t really serious about addressing its most important problem, which is killing the game.
Strong offenses led by four great quarterbacks highlight what promises to be a pair of high-octane conference title games this weekend.
The wild card round didn’t offer too much excitement, with four lopsided affairs. But there are plenty of storylines entering what promises to be a more compelling divisional round.
Five players to watch for as the Washington Redskins in the opening game against the Steelers Sunday, Sept. 12.
The NFL has the right idea with Breast Cancer Awareness. Now they should let the players run with it.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.