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Ravens vs. Steelers final: Winners & Losers

The Ravens are 5-2

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The Ravens (5-1) and Steelers (6-0) went to battle and Pittsburgh leaves with their perfect record intact as they win 28-24.


Gus Edwards — Let Gus Cook. He dominated the Steelers with 87 yards on 16 carries.

J.K. Dobbins — The first 100-yard rushing game for the young tailback. He finished with 113 yards on 15 carries.

Willie Snead IV — Took only 5 catches for Snead to add 106 yards. He answered every time he was called upon.

Miles Boykin — A good response to the recent Dez Bryant signing. An early touchdown and great downfield blocking.

Marcus Peters — Another forced fumble by the Ravens’ secondary and he also recovered it.

Justin Tucker — Nothing like a 51-yard completion to end the first half up 17-7 against your rival.


*= This title does not mean these players are losers. They played a poor game. It happens to the best players and should be taken lightly.

Lamar Jackson — The only reason the Steelers were in this game was due to his turnovers. Two interceptions landed the Steelers 14 points. A fumble in the redzone cost Baltimore at least three. Rough game by the quarterback.

Ronnie Stanley — A terrible injury which will end the left tackle’s 2020 season.

Matt Judon — A weak call by the official ejected the pass rusher. He was needed in this game and it’s unfortunate he didn’t get to make more plays.

Greg Roman — Poor playcalling allowed the Steelers to get back in and ultimately win this game. Running the ball works. Stop forcing a ‘balanced attack’ for the sake of it.