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Ravens vs. Steelers: MVP 5 Winners & 5 Losers

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NFL: Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

The latest chapter of the RavensSteelers rivalry has been written, with a final score of 39-38, Steelers victory.

MVP: Alex Collins

Tight-rope running, heavy-shouldered bulldozing with speed & agility to boot, he’s the clear winner tonight for the Ravens. The offensive line worked hard for him, but he made plays where there shouldn’t have been.

Winners:

Chris Moore — In his last three games, he’s outproduced WR Jeremy Maclin. He looked great tonight. Hope the hip injury isn’t serious enough to keep him sidelined for long.

Javorius Allen — Two sweet touchdowns, an interesting dance

Joe Flacco — His first quarter was ugly, but he balled out in the final three. The defense couldn’t stop the Steelers offense, but Joe ran step-for-step against the Steelers offense.

Marlon Humphrey — A great effort by a great rookie. He played his heart out and damn sure wasn’t the reason for this loss.

Pat Ricard — Another touchdown for the DE/FB.

Losers:

JEREMY MACLIN — TEN TARGETS. Ten. three catches, 27 yards. Multiple drops. Burned timeout. Bad routes. The Ravens shell out a contract for a #1 receiver and this is the product?

Tony Jefferson — Signed a big deal to make big plays as a safety. Le’Veon Bell scored all three against him. Bad tackles. Bad coverage. Terrible game.

Dean Pees — Ben Roethlisberger threw for 506 yards, 2 TD’s. Le’Veon Bell scored three touchdowns. Antonio Brown had 213 yards receiving. What was the gameplan?

Brandon Carr — What happened?

C.J. Mosley — All-pro linebacker just got taken to school for nearly 150 yards by the Steelers’ tight ends.