Ravens-Steelers Flexed to Sunday Night Football 

Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards (35) rushes during an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 11, 2022, in Pittsburgh, PA.

The Ravens-Steelers game in Week 17 has been flexed to Sunday Night Football at 8:20 p.m. ET.

The Ravens-Steelers rivalry replaced the previous battle of Los Angeles SNF game between the Rams and Chargers.

While Pittsburgh (7-8) could be eliminated from playoff contention before kickoff, but the game still has big implications for the AFC North title.

The Ravens (10-5) clinched their playoff spot with Saturday's win over the Falcons, but they can win the division crown with wins in their next two games.

If the Bengals (11-4) beat the Bills (12-3) in Week 17, the Ravens would have to beat the Steelers to set up a regular-season finale showdown in Cincinnati for the title. If the Bengals lose, the Ravens will be guaranteed a shot at the championship in Week 18, but the Bengals-Bills game isn't until Monday Night Football.

The Ravens beat the Steelers, 16-14, on Dec. 11 in Pittsburgh behind a strong rushing attack and three interceptions of backup quarterback Mitch Trubisky.

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