Three things that need to go right with Ravens

September 30, 2010|By Jamison Hensley, The Baltimore Sun

Three things that can go right …

1. Ray Rice plays with bruised knee. He has averaged 76.3 yards rushing against Pittsburgh, which is the best average of any running back against the Steelers defense since 2008.

2. Defense creates turnovers. The last time the Ravens faced Steelers backup quarterback Charlie Batch, they intercepted him twice. Plus, with no interceptions this year, this Ravens defense is due for some.

3. Slow down Mike Wallace. The Steelers speedy wide receiver is averaging 26.7 yards per catch, but the Ravens secondary hasn't given up a completion over 29 yards this season.

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