Steelers have Big Ben punt, but the Ravens weren't fooled

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After four games, quarterback Joe Flacco was averaging 313 yards per game but since that time he is down to around 250 yards per game. "We have a lot of confidence in what we can do as a team". Conner has been so effective that Defensive Coordinator Don Martidale told the media he believes that the Steelers are better off with Conner than All-Pro running back Le'Veon Bell.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are facing the NFL's top-rated defense this week in Baltimore, and teams usually try unorthodox things in those types of situations.

Pittsburgh has won back-to-back games in M&T Bank Stadium for the first time since 2001-02, and it did so with quite the creative quarterback exchange. But Baltimore is middle-of-the-pack offensively, with a almost non-existent ground game.

That was Dobbs' first National Football League passing attempt.

"It's a hostile environment with fiery fans", Brown said.

Here's what was: Ben Roethlisberger is the one who made the punt.

Those are winning plays that the Steelers keep making. So will the game Sunday, where the Steelers secondary will look to take another step in a third straight game against an AFC North rival. Smith said he had a copy of the Panthers' playbook because it was given to him by another player who was cut a couple years before he was released by the team. "It's a good environment to be in". Conner also caught a 7-yard touchdown pass. James Conner produced another solid outing with 163 total yards, including 107 rushing. Fantasy Tip: Roethlisberger has 8 TD throws and 1,539 yards passing in last five games vs Ravens. "Players? (Sighs) It's like, 'Oh here we go, short week, especially after a Baltimore game where you're physically beat up'". "It's great that we get to go against Pittsburgh, a divisional opponent, knowing we have to play at a high level".

The other sleeper on the list is cornerback Mike Hilton. After that, however, a botched extra point cost them a shot at overtime in a 24-23 loss to New Orleans, and Carolina put a 36-21 whipping on Baltimore before the Steelers avenged a September 30 loss to the Ravens on Sunday.

While the loss was devastating to the Ravens, they do play four of their final seven games at home.

Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti admitted earlier this year that he considered parting ways with Harbaugh after the 2017 season, which saw Baltimore finish over.500 (9-7) for the first time in three years, but still short of a postseason berth. "We're showing what kind of defense we can be".

James Conner rushed for 107 yards and caught a TD pass for the Steelers (5-2-1), who have won four straight since falling to the Ravens at home on September 30.

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