Baltimore Ravens Seeking to Snap Losing Streak Against Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers may not be the dominant franchise they once were, but they've still proven to be bullies for one of their AFC North rivals. The Baltimore Ravens have lost four straight against the Steelers, and they're looking to end the streak in Week 14.

The Steelers have swept the Ravens in consecutive seasons, including in a winner-take-all season finale last year with a Wildcard berth on the line. In quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's last regular season game, the Steelers topped a Tyler Huntley-led Ravens squad 16-13 in overtime.

If the Ravens intend to break their recent streak of futility, they'll need Huntley to redeem himself from last year's ugly effort. The backup quarterback netted 132 passing yards on 34 dropbacks and turned the ball over three times. With Lamar Jackson injured, Huntley is set to start yet again this Sunday.

At 5-7, the Steelers have had little to crow about this season. But extending their streak of success over their division rival would go a long way toward sabotaging the Ravens' playoff chances. The two teams play twice over the next four weeks. The Steelers might have a hard time getting back in the playoff hunt, but if the triumph of a postseason berth is out of reach, bringing misery to the Ravens could be a solid consolation prize.

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