The Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers used to be one of the most anticipated and marquee matchups in the NFL. This year, neither team is performing up to standards, the 2012 Super Bowl champion Ravens at 3-3 and the Steelers at 1-4. According to the Pittsburgh Tribune on Oct. 20, Terrell Suggs said there are pieces missing that keep the Ravens from being the same team they were last season. Here is how you can follow the Ravens vs. Steelers live stream and tv coverage for this week’s big game.
- Date: Oct. 20
- Start Time: 4:25 p.m. EST
- TV Info: CBS
- Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket
The biggest names missing are on defense, with both Ray Lewis and Ed Reed gone. Those men were the heart and soul of this defensive unit. They also let receiver Anquan Boldin leave, which makes Ray Rice’s rough season even more troubling for the Ravens’ offense.
The Steelers are in worse shape. They lost receiver Mike Wallace to the Miami Dolphins and have not replaced his productivity in the offense. They also started the season with expected running back starter Le’Veon Bell on the injury report and just got him back two games ago. He is now still trying to get used to the speed of the NFL, and the Steelers need him to get up to speed as soon as possible.
The Ravens vs. Steelers live stream and tv coverage starts at 1 p.m. EST.