It doesn’t feel like a normal Ravens-Steelers week. With the Ravens scuffling to find an identity on offense, and at just 3-3, fans are far from confident in their team’s ability to go into Pittsburgh and win again. On the other side, the Steelers are even worse at 1-4, and many of those towel-wavers would seemingly rather talk about hockey than football.
In the locker room Wednesday, Terrell Suggs was asked about it.
“Definitely the look of this movie is a little bit different than what we’ve seen before,” said Sizzle. “But like I said, it’s Ravens/Steelers, Heinz Field, at 4:25 p.m. And once you get into it, it’s going to feel like Ravens/Steelers.”
Despite Suggs’ assurances, things still feel a bit…off.
When’s the last time these two teams met with a combined record of three games BELOW .500?
They also currently sit 30th and 31st in the NFL in yards per rushing attempt.
It’s Ravens/Steelers alright, but it just doesn’t feel right. Hey, it’s only Wednesday though. Still plenty of time to get that rivalry blood boiling. Let’s look at the injury report for Wednesday, as the teams took the practice field.
Did Not Participate: LB Josh Bynes (thigh, finger); DE Chris Canty (thigh); LB Albert McClellan (shoulder)
Limited Participation: CB Chykie Brown (thigh); DT Terrence Cody (knee); C Ryan Jensen (foot); DT Haloti Ngata (elbow); LB Courtney Upshaw (foot); CB Lardarius Webb (thigh)
Full Participation: LB Jameel McClain (neck); DT Marcus Spears (knee); WR Brandon Stokley (thigh)
Out: WR Markus Wheaton (finger)
Did Not Participate: LB Jarvis Jones (head)
Limited Participation: T Marcus Gilbert (quad); DE Brett Keisel (abdomen); TE Heath Miller (NIR); LB LaMarr Woodley (knee)
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