Sunday Night: Baltimore at Pittsburgh
Andrew Durant – The number one ranked Baltimore defense versus the second-ranked Pittsburgh offense. An unstoppable force versus an immovable object. Big Ben likes to air it out so Baltimore might have a night of turnovers on their hand.
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If Pittsburgh decides to run the ball with James Conner, they are still running against the NFL’s top defense. Now on the offensive side for Baltimore, they are the #13 overall ranked offense going against Pittsburgh’s #29 defense. I’m taking Baltimore in prime time over Pittsburgh
Ed Stein – It’s an interesting matchup of strength against strength on one side of the ball, and weakness against weakness on the other.
I hate picking against Big Ben and picking for Joe Flacco, but Baltimore’s defense makes a stand this week. I’ll take the Ravens, but only because the Steelers are Bell-less.
Mrs. Site Expert – Baltimore Ravens.
Matt Barry – This is always a bloodbath. The Ravens are getting back to playing Ravens football. There is a special kind of dysfunction in Pittsburgh. The Le’Veon Bell situation continues to linger. The Ravens are not intimidated by playing in Pittsburgh. Look for the Ravens to play enough defense against Ben Roethlisberger to win. Ravens win a fairly high scoring game on Sunday night.
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