Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: 5 Keys to Victory

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Sep 27, 2015; St. Louis, MO, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown (84) carries the ball away from St. Louis Rams middle linebacker James Laurinaitis (55) during the first half at The Edward Jones Dome. Mandatory Credit: Joshua Lindsey-USA TODAY Sports

Limit Antonio Brown

The Ravens secondary was scorched by Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green on Sunday to the tune of 227 yards and two touchdowns in another terrific outing for the dynamic playmaker.

It doesn’t get any easier from here as the top WR in football is due up next and is off to another blistering start to the season. Antonio Brown has 29 receptions for 436 yards and two touchdowns through the first three games of the season. He has recorded over 100 yards in all three contests and is on pace to obliterate his terrific numbers from a season ago.

Meanwhile, the Ravens pass defense has allowed 291 yards per game, which ranks 29th in the league. Defensive coordinator Dean Pees must find a way to limit Brown’s impact on a game or risk watching his secondary get picked to pieces once again.

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