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Joe Flacco withstood Pittsburgh's goal-line stand and go-ahead touchdown in the closing minutes to throw an 18-yard scoring pass to T.J. Houshmandzadeh with 32 seconds remaining, and the Baltimore Ravens made certain the Steelers wouldn't go unbeaten without Ben Roethlisberger by winning 17-14 Sunday.
The thinking was maybe the Steelers would go 2-2 without suspended quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. That would leave them in decent position to challenge for a playoff berth, or even the AFC North title.
Leon Washington and Anquan Boldin headed across the country in the offseason after being traded. Their new teams have to consider those deals steals.
On an afternoon in which the esteemed Baltimore defense was rather ordinary, Joe Flacco and his retooled receiving corps carried the Ravens to a surprisingly difficult victory.
While the winless Carolina Panthers hope rookie quarterback Jimmy Clausen can spark a stagnant offense, it would help if he had more than one receiving option.
For the first time in his NFL career, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco must rebound from a four-interception performance.
The Houston Texans and New York Jets need to put up or shut up early. Right away, in fact, as the NFL season kicks off.
Larry Fitzgerald is back in practice and, even in a knee brace, will provide new quarterback Derek Anderson a welcome big-play target when the Arizona Cardinals open the season Sunday in St. Louis.
Capsules for the 32 NFL teams as they begin the 2010 season, in predicted order of finish: