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Everyone knows what to expect whenever the Steelers and Ravens get together.

What no one expected, coming into this week, was that the day and time that the two teams would next meet would change. Twice.

The NFL announced on Friday afternoon that the Steelers and Ravens will now face each other on Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 8 p.m. at Heinz Field. The game will be broadcast nationally on NBC (WPXI in the Pittsburgh market).

The game was originally scheduled to be played on Thanksgiving. On Wednesday afternoon, the NFL first moved the game to Sunday after multiple members of the Ravens organization, including players, were placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 List.

Among those players are quarterback Cheap Lamar Jackson Jersey, defensive end Cheap Calais Campbell Jersey, as well as running backs Cheap J.K. Dobbins Jersey and Mark Ingram II.

“This is just an unusual year when it comes to everything that we have to do and that everyone has to do,” quarterback Cheap Ben Roethlisberger Jersey observed in advance of the news that the kickoff would be pushed back to Sunday. “We saw that early with the Titans game and byes and all these kind of things.

“What are you going to do? You just have to do what they tell you and go play ball.”

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As they say, the show must go on and tight end Cheap Eric Ebron Jersey, who experienced the rivalry earlier this season, understands what it means.

“We won, right?” Ebron offered, recalling the Steelers’ 28-24 victory on Nov. 1 at Baltimore. “That’s exactly what I expect, I’ll just be honest with you.

“To me, it’s a football game. To me, they’re an opponent that doesn’t wear Black and Gold, so they’re just another opponent. To me, it is what it is.

“At the end of the day, y’all about to come into our house. And at the end of the day I don’t like losing at home, personally, so they’re just another opponent coming into our house that we’ve got to defend.”

The Steelers lead the all-time regular-season series 26-23, and are 3-1 all-time against the Ravens in the playoffs.

Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh is 14-14 against his opposite number, Coach Mike Tomlin, including the postseason.

Since 2008, 19 of the last 25 Steelers-Ravens games have been one-score affairs, including the Steelers’ four-point win in November.

And 14 of those have been decided by three points or fewer.

That’s five more such games than any other division rivalry over that time.

It is what it is, as Ebron maintained.

And there’s nothing else quite like it.

The different dynamic this time is the teams are seemingly headed in different directions, not that anything of that nature has meant much from a historical perspective.

The Ravens have lost two in a row and three of four, including their loss to the Steelers at home.

The Steelers are the 17th team since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger to begin a season 10-0. They lead second-place Cleveland (7-3) by three games and third-place Baltimore (6-4) by four games with six regular-season games remaining in the race for the AFC North Division championship.

But that said, Tomlin wasn’t even willing to concede a desperation advantage to the visitors.

“We’re desperate, too,” Tomlin insisted. “We’re all desperate to win this week. I’d imagine they view us in the same way, or I imagine it would behoove them to do so.

“That’s our attitude each and every week. We respect everyone and respect the level of desperation that everyone has and the urgency that everyone has, and we step into the stadium ready to match it.”

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The Steelers fell behind early but responded with 27 unanswered points and stayed undefeated with a 27-3 victory over the Jaguars this afternoon at TIAA Bank Stadium in Jacksonville.

The Steelers improved to 10-0.

The Jaguars lost their ninth straight and fell to 1-9.

The focus turned immediately in the aftermath to Thursday night’s hosting of Baltimore (6-4 after an overtime loss to the Titans and third in the AFC North Division behind the Steelers and 7-3 Cleveland).

A potential regular-season record of 16-0 remains off the Steelers’ radar.

GAME PHOTOS: Week 11 at Jacksonville Jaguars
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“Just focus on one week at a time, and that’s what this team has done,” quarterback Cheap Ben Roethlisberger Jersey said. “We’re not chasing perfection, we’re chasing a Lombardi (Trophy).”

Roethlisberger’s 20-yard touchdown pass to tight end Cheap Eric Ebron Jersey with 6:40 left in the fourth quarter provided the exclamation point in Jacksonville. Kicker Cheap Chris Boswell Jersey extra point accounted for the final margin.

“We did the job,” head coach Mike Tomlin said. “We checked the boxes.

“It wasn’t perfect, but nothing’s perfect about us except our record.”

Wide receiver Cheap Diontae Johnson Jersey had his second consecutive 100-yard game receiving, with 12 catches for 111 yards.

Boswell’s 47-yard field goal with 10:21 left in regulation had been the only scoring in the second half prior to the Roethlisberger-to-Ebron touchdown.

The Steelers have scored at least 24 points in every game this season.

“We gotta put more points on the board,” Roethlisberger insisted. “Offensively, we got the win but we know we need to be better.”

Roethlisberger went 32-for-46 passing, for 267 yards, with two touchdowns and an interception, before being relieved late by Cheap Mason Rudolph Jersey.

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The Steelers gained 110 yards on their first 24 rushing attempts after failing to crack the 50-yard plateau on the ground in three consecutive games. Their final possession consisted of Rudolph kneeling three times and losing 4 yards while running out the clock.

Running back Cheap James Conner Jersey had 89 yards on 13 carries (a 6.8 average).

“We weren’t down on ourselves,” he said of the running game. “We knew we had an opportunity to keep growing.”

Running back Cheap Benny Snell Jersey 1-yard touchdown run with 44 seconds left prior to halftime gave the Steelers a two-score lead. The Steelers drove 61 yards on seven plays in 2:13 after nose tackle Cheap Tyson Alualu Jersey pass deflection and free safety Cheap Minkah Fitzpatrick Jersey interception and 37-yard return to the Steelers’ 39-yard line. Boswell’s extra point put the Steelers ahead, 17-3.

The Steelers achieved their first lead of the afternoon on a 31-yard touchdown pass from Roethlisberger to wide receiver Cheap Chase Claypool Jersey. The possession covered 71 yards over six plays in 2:49. The touchdown was Claypool’s eighth receiving and 10th overall in 10 games. Boswell’s extra point made it a 10-3 game.

Boswell had tied the game at 3-3 with a 44-yard field goal with 10:45 left in the second, a kick that capped a nine-play, 50-yard drive in 4:15.

The Jaguars took a 3-0 lead on the game’s first possession. Jacksonville’s nine-play, 52-yard drive in 4:03 was culminated by kicker Chase McLaughlin’s 41-yard field goal.

Boswell missed a 45-yard try with 8:47 left in the first quarter, which snapped streaks of 14 straight field goals this season and 25 in a row overall dating back to last season.

An interception in the Jacksonville end zone on the last play of the first half denied the Steelers a chance to add to their advantage.

The Steelers outscored the Jaguars, 17-0, out-gained them, 185-69, and possessed the ball for 9:46 in the second quarter. Strong safety Cheap Terrell Edmunds Jersey also had an interception, his first of the season, in the quarter.

Edmunds and Fitzpatrick each accounted for their second interception on the day, the third and fourth collected by the Steelers’ defense, in the fourth quarter.

Defensive end Cheap Stephon Tuitt Jersey sack of quarterback Jake Luton in the third quarter extended the Steelers’ streak to 67 games with at least one sack, two shy of the NFL-record of 69 (Tampa Bay, 1999-2003). The defense finished with two sacks.

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NATHAN HURDLESTON FROM CLEVELAND, OH: When I was a little kid, Louis Lipps was my favorite player. I don’t even remember much about him, except a vague memory of a big kick return. What are a couple of Louis Lipps’ career highlights that might make me feel young again?
ANSWER: What I always will remember about Louis Lipps was how it began. He was the Steelers first-round pick in the 1984 NFL Draft, and during the 1983 season the Steelers’ primary weapons at wide receiver were Calvin Sweeney; John Stallworth, who was injured through much of the season; Gregg Garrity; and Paul Skansi. For that reason adding offensive weapons to the receiving corps was a priority in 1984, and Lipps was the first-round pick. In his first regular season game, Lipps showed immediately that he was worthy of being a No. 1 pick. While Steelers quarterbacks David Woodley and Mark Malone combined to complete 22-of-41 passes (53.7 percent), Stallworth and Lipps showed themselves to be a dynamic combination. Stallworth led with team with six catches for 167 yards and a touchdown, and Lipps caught six passes for 183 yards (30.5 average) and touchdowns of 80 and 21 yards. Lipps finished his rookie season with 45 catches, but he was a big-play machine by averaging 19.1 yards per reception to go along with nine receiving touchdowns, plus another touchdown as a punt returner. After he retired, I would run into Lipps occasionally because he has made Pittsburgh his full-time home, and we would talk about him being too late to play with Terry Bradshaw and too early to play with Ben Roethlisberger.

JAMES MAC PHERSON FROM BEACHWOOD, NJ: Let’s say the Steelers finish 13-3 and all of the other teams in the AFC finish with four or more losses. By losing to the Ravens on Thanksgiving, the season series with the Ravens would be tied, but the Steelers end up losing out in the tiebreaker with more losses to common opponents Thus, Baltimore wins the division, but we have best record in the AFC, thus deserving the bye. What would happen then?
ANSWER: If the Steelers finish 13-3, and the Ravens finish with more than three losses, the Steelers win the AFC North. It doesn’t go to division tiebreakers if the teams aren’t tied atop the division, and the way I know they wouldn’t be tied atop the division is because – by your own description – the Steelers have three losses and the Ravens have at least four. Might be time to quit researching tiebreakers and maybe crack a fourth-grade arithmetic book instead.

LARRY DOUGLAS FROM PITTSBURGH, PA: I’ve heard Coach Mike Tomlin and others talk about being comfortable with Mason Rudolph as Ben Roethlisberger’s backup. Of course we aren’t seeing what goes on behind closed doors. In your opinion is their decision for Rudolph to remain No. 2 a good one, or are they perhaps hoping for a Brett Favre/Aaron Rodgers relationship to evolve, or do you think within the next year or two we will see a high draft pick at the quarterback position?
ANSWER: First of all, when President Art Rooney II, General Manager Kevin Colbert, and Coach Mike Tomlin all said publicly back in January/February that they were comfortable with Cheap Mason Rudolph Jersey being Ben Roethlisberger’s backup, their sentiment didn’t have anything to do with how the team might proceed once Roethlisberger decided to retire. In my opinion, Roethlisberger is going to play into his 40s. He’s 38 years old now.

RAY WATSON FROM BROMLEY, UNITED KINGDOM: What happens when a kickoff hits the goal posts and bounces back into the field of play?
ANSWER: It’s a dead ball, a touchback, and the receiving team takes over on its 25-yard line.

NICHOLAS MOSES FROM SIMI VALLEY, CA: How much of the struggling run game do you believe is James Conner’s fault?
ANSWER: Every individual involved in the Steelers running game, and I do mean every individual, shares responsibility, but in watching the games – and I do not study video – I see more instances of problems getting the plays blocked than I see Cheap James Conner Jersey missing holes.

BRIAN GRIEDEL FROM EL CERRITO, CA: One question you answered recently was how far back from the line of scrimmage may the placekicker place the ball for an attempt. You answered “as far as he likes.” Follow-up question: is there much variation between NFL kickers on this distance or do most pretty much do the same thing?
ANSWER: Had I known there was this much interest in what I initially perceived to be a minor issue, I would’ve gone into more detail with my first answer. First of all, the decision about where to place the ball behind the line of scrimmage typically belongs to the coaching staff, and it’s usually set in the neighborhood of 7-8 yards behind the line of scrimmage. Where it’s ultimately placed has to do with the protection and not the strength of the kicker’s leg.

JONATHAN PHILLIPS FROM KNOXVILLE, TN: Is there any plausible way a first-round draft pick gets cut before the starts of his rookie season (besides illegal off the field issues)? Has it ever happened before?
ANSWER: Based on all that goes into a team’s decision on a first-round draft pick in terms of man-hours and travel expense that make up the scouting process, I would say there is no way a team would cut that player for performance issues before the start of his rookie season. And since the NFL first instituted the draft in 1936 and the process was much less sophisticated, I have no idea if it ever happened before. I can tell you that many men who were drafted highly by NFL teams opted to do something with their lives other than play professional football. One such player was Bill Shakespeare, a Notre Dame halfback who was the third overall pick of the NFL’s inaugural draft in 1936. Shakespeare finished the 1935 college football season as Notre Dame’s leader in most offensive categories, including passing (19-of-66 for 267 yards), rushing (374 on 104 carries and four touchdowns), punting (40-yard average on 45 punts), kickoff returns (24.6 average on five returns), and scoring (24 points). He was selected as a consensus first-team All-American and finished third in the voting for the first-ever Heisman Trophy, behind Jay Berwanger and Monk Moscrip. Those college credentials made Shakespeare the first-ever first-round pick in Steelers history, but he skipped the chance to play professional football and went to work for the Cincinnati Rubber Company, where he would become the company’s president in 1960. He died in 1974 at the age of 61.

DAVE PERKINS FROM PICKERINGTON, OH: I was wondering if anyone has asked why Cheap Benny Snell Jersey can’t get any carries? I love James Conner’s story, and I understand much of what the running game does depends on the offensive line, but I can’t understand why Benny Snell doesn’t get more opportunities than he does.
ANSWER: When the running game isn’t productive, nobody gets “enough” carries. Coach Mike Tomlin said again at his weekly news conference that James Conner is the primary running back, and that decision isn’t made because of anything but what’s best for the team in its effort to win the game each week. There are those who advocate for more playing time for Anthony McFarland because of his quickness and speed, but who trusts him to step up and stone a pass rusher about to smash Cheap Ben Roethlisberger Jersey? I believe the first step for the running game is to find a way to be successful/effective with Conner, and once that happens other players/plays can be spooned into the repertoire.

ALAN FLEEGER FROM EDEN, UT: Speaking of the lack of a running game I am curious why we aren’t playing Anthony McFarland more? While attending the last two games I made it a point to select seats in the end zone because I wanted to watch the plays develop. It has been my observation that the offensive line creates the openings but our backs are too slow to hit the hole. Wouldn’t it make sense to let a faster/quicker back get some carries?
ANSWER: Let’s pretend you’re the coach. When you send Anthony McFarland into the game, are you only interested in running plays that call for a quick-hitting back to find a hole between the tackles? Because if you are, that won’t work for very long, because the opposing defense will adjust. If your idea is to have McFarland on the field for a full quarter or a full half, are you confident he can be a part of the pass protection? Because if he mis-reads a blitz or whiffs on a block and Ben Roethlisberger get hurt, then you, coach, would deserve to get fired. The idea is to win the game. Don’t forget that. I don’t disagree that there are some things McFarland might do well, maybe better than the guys ahead of him on the depth chart, but there is more to being a running back in the NFL than carrying the football. And on this team this season, the ability to block for the quarterback and understand blitzes to do that job is critical.