Game: Pittsburgh Steelers (5-6) at Baltimore Ravens (5-6)
Time: 8:30 p.m. (ET)
Location: M&T Bank Stadium
Series Leader: Steelers lead the series 20-15.
Streak: Steelers have won previous two games.
Coaches vs. Opponent: Tomlin: 9-6, Harbaugh: 5-8
Broadcast: NBC (8:30 PM ET): Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya (Field reporter). Westwood One: Ian Eagle, Trent Green, Laura Okmin (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 88 (WW1) 92 (Pit.), 86 (Bal.). XM: 88 (WW1) 225 (Pit.) 86 (Bal.).
Baltimore SB Nation: Baltimore Beatdown
Pittsburgh SB Nation: Behind the Steel Curtain
NFL.com: Game Center
Weather: Partly cloudy and 30 degrees [Weather Underground]
Odds: Ravens are favored by three points.
- As a starter against the Baltimore Ravens, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is 10-4 with 20 touchdowns, 14 interceptions and a passer rating of 82.7.
- Roethlisberger (210) needs three touchdowns to surpass Terry Bradshaw (212) for most career touchdown passes by a Steeler.
- His 3,118 yards passing this year is the most during the first 11 games of a season in franchise history.
- Rookie running back Le'Veon Bell totaled 98 yards from scrimmage last week against the Browns.
- Wide receiver Antonio Brown (80) needs 10 receptions to join Hines Ward as the only Steelers in franchise history to register 90 receptions in a single-season.
- Wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery has a career-best seven receiving touchdowns this season.
- Tight end Heath Miller (5,062) needs 70 yards receiving to surpass Elbie Nickel (5,131) for most yards receiving by a tight end in franchise history.
- Linebacker LaMarr Woodley has the fifth-most sacks (57) in franchise history, dating back to 1982.
- Safety Troy Polamalu generated a quarterback sack, two forced fumbles and a recovery against the Browns last week.
- Defeated the San Francisco 49ers 16-6 last year during Thanksgiving.
- The Ravens have won 18 of their past 21 games at home.
- Quarterback Joe Flacco is 37-8 at home as a starter.
- Running back Ray Rice (5,970), needs 30 yards rushing to join Jamal Lewis (7,801) as the only players in Ravens history to reach 6,000 yards rushing.
- Wide receiver Torrey Smith has a career-high 859 yards receiving in 2013.
- Wide receiver Jacoby Jones posted a season-best 103 yards receiving last week, including a 66-yard touchdown reception.
- Tight End Dallas Clark (504) needs two receptions to surpass Frank Wycheck (505) for eight-most receptions by a tight end in NFL history.
- Linebacker Elvis Dumervil has four sacks in five career games against the Steelers.
- Cornerback Corey Graham had a career-high two interceptions last week.