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Latest Ray Rice Items
Because there's still some life in the 37-year-old arm of Charlie Batch, the Pittsburgh Steelers remain alive in the AFC North.
Fourth-and-29 at their own 37, 1:37 left in regulation and trailing by three points.
It really doesn't matter to the Baltimore Ravens who starts at quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, the mission remains the same.
The Baltimore Ravens enjoyed a record-setting day at the expense of the mistake-prone Oakland Raiders, who matched a dubious franchise mark that had not been broached in over three decades.
There seems to be something about those plain orange helmets that fires up Joe Flacco, Ray Rice and the Ravens.
Ballot and comments from AP Pro 32 panel voter Rich Gannon of CBS Sports/Sirius XM:
Sometimes you lose a battle for first place. Sometimes you lose bragging rights to your wife. Sometimes the team you not-so-subtly mentioned to the aforementioned wife was your strongest lays an egg.
Terrell Suggs was back, but the Baltimore Ravens were no match for the Houston Texans without Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb.
When Virginia Tech deputy director of football operations Bruce Garnes wants to high-five diminutive Hokies tailback J.C. Coleman, Garnes gets down on one knee.