Coming off an unusual bye week that included daily COVID-19 testing, a stay-safe directive and the addition of sack specialist Yannick Ngakoue, the Baltimore Ravens have turned their attention toward Sunday’s AFC North showdown with the unbeaten Pittsburgh Steelers. Baltimore's bye came a week earlier than scheduled after the pandemic forced the postponement of the Oct. 4 game between Pittsburgh and Tennessee to Sunday. The Steelers won to improve to 6-0 while the Ravens (5-1) wrapped up a mellow weekend in the area.
To hear the NFL's last unbeaten team tell it, the Pittsburgh Steelers are perfect in record only. Well, the process needs some work after Pittsburgh allowed Titans to nearly erase a 20-point second-half deficit. “There’s a way that we like to play and there’s a lot of meat on that bone as coach likes to say,” Heyward said.