By the Numbers: Ravens vs. Steelers

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Ravens' regular-season record against the Steelers since 2008 (the start of the John Harbaugh era). The Steelers swept the season series last year.

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Point favorites the Ravens (8-3) are over the Steelers (5-5-1), marking the first time Baltimore has been favored in Pittsburgh with Ben Roethlisberger set to play

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Lamar Jackson's career quarterback rating against the Pittsburgh Steelers in two starts, which is his lowest mark against any NFL opponent. He has three touchdown passes to five interceptions.

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Steelers' defensive ranking in yards per game (367.5). If the season ended today, it would be the second-lowest ranking in franchise history, dating back to 1933. Pittsburgh finished 28th in 1988.

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Baltimore's rank in both rushing offense (150.7 yards per game) and rushing defense (84.2 ypg). The Ravens are the NFL's only team to rank in the top five in both categories.

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Baltimore has won an NFL-best six games that have been decided by 8-or-fewer points this season (6-1 in such contests). The Ravens are also 4-0 in games that have been decided by 3-or-fewer points in 2021.

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Points scored the Ravens have averaged over the past three contests. That's down from 27.6 points per game through the first eight games.

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Consecutive games in which CB Marlon Humphrey has recorded at least one pass defensed, marking the NFL's longest active streak

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Consecutive fourth-quarter OT field goals that K Justin Tucker has made. Tucker's 95.0 career field-goal percentage in the second half/OT (153-of-161) ranks as the NFL's best such mark of all time.

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Quarterback pressures by rookie OLB Odafe Oweh, which leads all NFL rookies. Oweh is the league's only rookie and one of five defenders overall with at least 5 sacks, 3 forced fumbles and 1 fumble recovery.

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