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Week 4: Pittsburgh Steelers – Oct. 1, 2015 (8:25 p.m.)

2014 Record: 11-5
Head-to-Head Record: 18-24
Last Meeting: Ravens 23 – Steelers 43 (Nov. 2, 2014)

Ben Roethlisberger absolutely torched the Ravens secondary in Pittsburgh last season, throwing for 340 yards and six touchdowns in the lopsided affair. Roethlisberger set a NFL record for touchdown passes in consecutive games, throwing 12 scores over two games.

The game was not typical of the low-scoring games that define this rivalry, but it was still a physical one, with 17 penalties called and the usual scuffles throughout the game. The killer for the Ravens was a fumble by Lorenzo Taliaferro and a bad pass by Flacco that helped start a 22-point Pittsburgh run to end the first half.

This matchup will be a showdown with the two rivals set to battle on Thursday night for the second straight season. It will be tough for the Ravens to get a win on the road on a short week.

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