It appears another
The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback, who has thrown 17 touchdown passes and just four interceptions, left Monday night’s overtime victory over the
And that would obviously be a big break for the Ravens, who have to match up against the talented Steelers receiving corps at Heinz Field.
"Anytime our quarterback goes down you worry about it," wide receiver
After adjusting to the timing and quick passes of Steelers offensive coordinator
Even if Roethlisberger were to sit out Sunday night, a victory won't be guaranteed for the Ravens. The Steelers once again have one of the NFL's stingiest defenses and they have rediscovered their running game. But history shows that the Ravens have handled the Steelers whenever the Steelers weren't able to prop up their gimpy quarterback and wrap him in bandages like a horror movie villain and push him out onto the football field.
In 2010, the Ravens beat
In his first action since the 2010 season, Leftwich completed seven of his 14 attempts for 73 yards against the Chiefs on Monday night. The 32-year-old quarterback, who was coveted by the Ravens in the 2003 draft, has thrown just 21 passes the past three years.
"I haven't done it in a while," Leftwich told The Tribune-Review, "but I'm sure if I have to do it, it'll be like riding a bike."
And if he falls off, the Steelers still have Batch, 37, on the roster.