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Steelers Break Curse In Baltimore

04 Octobre 2017

Baltimore running back Alex Collins had 82 yards on nine carries, including a 50-yard scamper midway through the third quarter that helped set up the Ravens for their lone touchdown. "We're moving in the right directions in a lot of areas: run game development, taking care of the football". "That's what the great ones think", Harbaugh said. When asked on Monday if this was the best Steelers defense he's played with, Shazier paused for just a moment before answering.

Conversely, we can understand why Brown was heated. "It's how do we put it together in a way each week that gives our guys a chance to execute the best?"

Let's try a bit of an experiment, shall we?

Cameron Heyward also has been around some strong defensive play, and while he still looks at this year's group as a work in progress, he too likes the potential.

"The quarterback is definitely the focal point of the whole thing and it always comes back to the quarterback", said Harbaugh.

"I don't want to overstate it", Baltimore coach John Harbaugh said, "because he needs to keep getting better just like everyone else, but Marlon has played well". We take those two runs away, we're not giving them anything. That means coming to practice and doing the little things. We have an abundance of it. As a unit, the Ravens have the talent, speed, tenacity and hitting power to be absolutely disruptive and game-changing, but they're wearing down.

Playing in a battle for first place in the division, the Ravens (2-2) fell behind 19-0 after going scoreless in the first half for a second week in a row. We can move, we can boot, we can keep, we can play-action. "I still feel personally that I didn't make all of the plays".

"Some guys are motivated by experiences such as that, some guys do not need it", Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin said. Defensive coordinator Keith Butler preaches the importance of creating turnovers. Last week, President Trump said any "son of a [expletive]" deserved to be fired for protesting during the anthem and the Ravens were among the many teams who had players kneeling. It appears to be paying off.

After two blockbuster wins early into the season, the Steelers dropped a 17-23 loss to Chicago Bears. But because the game is at M&T Bank Stadium, it should be closer than many expect. In 12 of the past 18 games in this heated rivalry, the difference has been no more than a field goal. "We want to impose our will on the opposing defense". We have to continue to do it. Outside linebackers T.J. Watt and Bud Dupree also have missed at least one game.

The Ravens know they can win with the personnel they've got because they've done it already this season.

"It's been fun", said Hubbard.

Steelers Break Curse In Baltimore