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Michael Vick, Antonio Brown, Heath Miller Post-Week 4 Fantasy Advice

Michael Vick was handed the reins to the Pittsburgh Steelers offense Thursday night against the Baltimore Ravens, but the results were mixed. While running back Le'Veon Bell was predictably strong on the ground and in the passing game,...Show More Summary

Justin Forsett, Lorenzo Taliaferro Post-Week 4 Fantasy Advice

There's been a lot of disappointment in the Baltimore Ravens backfield when it comes to fantasy football in 2015. With starting running back Justin Forsett putting up a combined 14 points through the first three games of the season,Show More Summary

Ravens vs. Steelers: Score and Twitter Reaction for 'Thursday Night Football'

Josh Scobee is not a popular man in Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Steelers kicker had multiple opportunities to stretch his team's lead in the fourth quarter of the Baltimore Ravens' 23-20 victory Thursday, but he missed two late field goals and left the door wide-open for a comeback. Show More Summary

Markus Wheaton Injury: Updates on Steelers Star's Ankle and Return

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Markus Wheaton left the field during Thursday's Week 4 contest against the Baltimore Ravens with a right ankle injury, according to's Bob Labriola. Continue for updates. Wheaton Doesn't Return After Being Listed as Probable Thursday, Oct. Show More Summary

Steve Smith Injury: Updates on Ravens Star's Back and Return

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. left Thursday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers after taking a shot to the back from linebacker Lawrence Timmons. Continue for updates. Smith Exits and Doesn't Return Thursday, Oct....Show More Summary

Antonio Brown’s 5/50 receiving streak ends at 35 games

Antonio Brown went 35 games with at least five catches and at least 50 yards, but that streak ended on Thursday against the Baltimore Ravens. Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown had a pretty significant streak going heading...Show More Summary

Michael Vick Shows Big Ben's Real Value In Defeat

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Michael Vick (2), center, looks up as he sits between \Ben Roethlisberger, left, and Bruce Gradkowski on the bench in the first quarter of an NFL football game against the Baltimore Ravens, Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015 in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar) Pittsburgh Steelers backup quarterback and former [...]

Two shaky Mike Tomlin calls in OT helped Ravens avoid 0-4 start

The Pittsburgh Steelers put their faith in Michael Vick and Josh Scobee, two past-their-prime veterans who were not on the team before August, and it cost them in a 23-20 overtime loss to the Baltimore Ravens. By game's end, it was easier to count what the Ravens had — a kicker and a defense they trusted, plus Justin Forsett — than what they didn't. Show More Summary

Justin Tucker 53-yard field goal gives Ravens first win in OT over Steelers

Justin Tucker’s 53-yard field goal in overtime possibly saved the season for the Baltimore Ravens in a somewhat improbable 23-20 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night. The Ravens seemed to have blown several opportunities to get their first victory of the season. A failed fake field goal try, Joe Flacco being stuffed on…

Two missed Josh Scobee field goals allow Ravens to send game to overtime

Pittsburgh Steelers kicker Josh Scobee missed two field goals from 49 and 41 yards in the fourth quarter that left the door open for the Baltimore Ravens to rally for the tying field goal to send the game to overtime. Scobee had two chances to extend the Steelers lead and force the Ravens to need…

Ravens vs. Steelers 2015 final score: Baltimore wins, 23-20, in overtime

The Baltimore Ravens kicked a field goal to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime on Thursday. The Baltimore Ravens downed the AFC North rival Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday, picking up their first win of the year and avoiding the franchise's first ever 0-4 start to a season. Show More Summary

Steve Smith leaves Steelers game with lower back injury

Steve Smith left Thursday's game against the Steelers due to a lower back injury. Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith left Thursday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers with a lower back injury. Smith went down on the field and was attended to by the training staff near the end of the third quarter. Show More Summary

Le'Veon Bell, DeAngelo Williams' Post-Week 4 Fantasy Advice

Pittsburgh Steelers running backs Le'Veon Bell and DeAngelo Williams looked to be plenty busy on Thursday night against the Baltimore Ravens with starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger out with an MCL sprain. With Michael Vick having...Show More Summary

Steve Smith sidelined after taking shot to back

Baltimore Ravens receiver Steve Smith came out of Thursday night’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers after taking a shot to the back at the end of the third quarter. Smith caught a 1-yard pass from Joe Flacco along the right sideline and tried to get to the first down mark. Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons hit…

Steelers, Ravens quickly trade scores to open second half

The Pittsburgh Steelers quickly turned a turnover into points to extend their lead against the Baltimore Ravens. On the first play from scrimmage of the second half, Cameron Heyward sacked Joe Flacco and knocked the ball loose. Ross Cockrell managed to scoop the ball up and drag his feet in bounds to secure possession for…

Ravens WR Steve Smith Grabs Antwon Blake's Jersey, Death-Stares into His Soul

Baltimore Ravens receiver Steve Smith Sr. will do whatever he can to try to get inside an opponent's head. When it came time to mess with Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Antwon Blake on Thursday night in first-half action at Heinz Field, Smith kept it simple—yet he was pretty intimidating. Yeah, you don't want to mess with Smith. [Twitter] Read more NFL news on

Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis

The winless Baltimore Ravens (0-3) head to Pittsburgh to take on the 2-1 Steelers in this Week 4 Thursday Night Football matchup. This is a make-or-break game f or the Ravens, as an 0-4 start would all but bury their hopes of winning the AFC North this year. Show More Summary

Week 4 'Thursday Night Football' 2015: Steelers host Ravens without Big Ben

Mike Vick starts at quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers in their first game this season without Ben Roethlisberger, hosting a winless Baltimore Ravens team on Thursday Night Football at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Steelers...Show More Summary

'Thursday Night Football' 2015 live stream: How to watch Ravens vs. Steelers online

The Steelers try to move on without Ben Roethlisberger and the Ravens look for their first win of the season. The Baltimore Ravens are looking for their first win of the season Thursday night when they visit the division rival Pittsburgh Steelers, who are hoping for a little good fortune too. Show More Summary

Breshad Perriman 'out indefinitely' per report, fantasy value at all-time low

The Ravens rookie suffered a setback while warming up with the team on Sunday. We break down the fantasy implications. Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Breshad Perriman has been ruled out for Thursday night's game vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers. Perriman...Show More Summary

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