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Ravens vs. Steelers: Bold Predictions

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Following an embarrassing divisional loss against the Browns, the Ravens will look to bounce back with a divisional win of their own against the Steelers this Sunday. Will Baltimore’s offense remain the top-ranked unit in the league? Will the defense rebound after a string of horrible performances? The staff of Baltimore Beatdown made their bold predictions for the pivotal divisional matchup this Sunday.

Taylor Ciotola:

“Baltimore’s defense finally starts to to find ways to stop their opponents. Meanwhile, the offensive line struggles against Pittsburgh’s interior defensive line. Defensive end Cameron Heyward shows off for his hometown fans with three sacks and fumble recovery.”

Spencer Schultz:

“Despite relatively bottling up Baltimore’s ground game, the Steelers defense has no answer for Hollywood Brown. Pittsburgh finishes with five sacks, while the Ravens stifle the Steelers offense, holding them under 250 total yards.”

Dustin Cox:”

“Quarterback Lamar Jackson has a big day through the air, throwing for over 300 yards and two touchdowns. Tight end Mark Andrews shows up big with over 100 receiving yards after dealing with a nagging foot injury in recent weeks. Jackson connects with Marquise “Hollywood” Brown on more than one deep pass, each one eclipsing 40 yards through the air.”

Eric Misotti:

“After being dragged through the mud by local/national media and the fan base following a rough start to the 2019 season, the Ravens defense responds and holds the Steelers to 250 yards of total offense. Mason Rudolph quickly realizes that the Bengals aren’t the standard for defense in the AFC North as Earl Thomas and Tony Jefferson respond to the criticism for a combined 3 INTs. The Ravens make a statement in Pittsburgh and get their season back on track. “