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Steelers Vs. Ravens: Rival AFC Heavyweights Set To Clash In Week 1

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens kick off their 2011 schedules with a Sunday-afternoon meeting in Baltimore. Stay tuned throughout the week for coverage, analysis and predictions.

Countdown to kickoff is oficially on. The 2011 NFL season begins Thursday night in Green Bay, but for the Pittsburgh Steelers, the road to a seventh Lombardi Trophy begins on Sunday in Baltimore. To get the week of hype and coverage started, here's an overview of the two rivals' series history, season stats from 2010, and news and notes about the game and each team. 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2011 -- PITTSBURGH STEELERS AT BALTIMORE RAVENS

Series History

 

STEELERS

RAVENS

SERIES LEADER

18-12

STREAKS

4 of past 6

COACHES VS. OPP.

Tomlin: 7-3

Harbaugh: 2-6

LAST GAME

12/5/10: Steelers 13 at Ravens 10. Pittsburgh scores 10 4th-quarter points to erase 10-3 deficit, including 9-yard TD pass from QB Ben Roethlisberger to RB Isaac Redman.

LAST GAME AT SITE

12/5/10

BROADCAST

CBS (1:00 PM ET): Jim Nantz, Phil Simms. Westwood One Radio: Howard David, Tony Boselli. SIRIUS: 112 (Pit.), 86 (Bal.). XM: 228 (Bal.).

2010 STATS

PASSING

Roethlisberger: 240-389-3,200-17-5-97.0 (3C)

Flacco: 306-489-3,622-25-10-93.6

RUSHING

Mendenhall: 324-1,273-3.9-13 (T2L)

Rice: 307-1,220-4.0-5

RECEIVING

Wallace: 60-1,257 (3C)-21.0-10 (T3C)

Boldin: 64-837-13.1-7

OFFENSE

345.3

322.9

TAKE/GIVE

+17 (2L)

+7

DEFENSE

276.8 (2L)

318.9

SACKS

Harrison: 10.5

Suggs: 11.0

INTs

Polamalu: 7 (T2L)

E. Reed: 8 (1L)

PUNTING

Sepulveda: 45.5

Koch: 43.6

KICKING

Suisham: 61 (19/19 PAT; 14/15 FG)

Cundiff: 117 (39/39 PAT; 26/29 FG)

 


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