A not so kind performance from the Redskins on Monday Night made Pano’s week look worse than it actually was. He looks to get back on track in Week 13 and lead you to the promised land. Consider it a pilgrimage. Speaking of Pilgrims, Happy Thanksgiving to all of our readers and your families! While you eat your way through the day, we hope we have become a useful resource for your football needs. There are three games on the Turkey Day docket; here is one to get your week going…
Week 12 Record: 2-2
Season To Date: 5-4
By David Panosian
Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens (-3), TNF 8:30pm:
In a battle of perennial AFC powerhouses (and in my opinion the game of the day), the Pittsburgh Steelers head to Baltimore to face the Ravens. Both teams are 5-6 and desperately want to avoid going 5-7. 6-6 just sounds so much better than 5-7. Both teams are also coming off of wins on Sunday. Historically, Joe Flacco has played much better at home (at least during the regular season), and I have a hunch he turns in a strong effort Thursday after venting earlier in the week about the wildcat usage. Ike Taylor has been abused in coverage this year, and I like Torrey Smith to have a big play (or 2) in this game. The Steelers offense will have moderate success, but this just has the feel to me of a game the Ravens will not lose. John Harbaugh is very amped for this game, and I believe his team will be too. Also, note that the Ravens won their last home Thanksgiving day game (the Harbowl) in 2011. I do not see a blowout, but think the Ravens win this by about 7. Lay the points.
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