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NFL Week 7 -- Ravens at Steelers

Not long ago -- last year, maybe? -- Ravens-Steelers was among the NFL's best rivalries. And that was before Baltimore won the most recent Super Bowl. This season, though, both teams are struggling. Baltimore is stuck at .500 and Pittsburgh is coming off its first win of the season. With the Cincinnati Bengals not running away with the division, the Ravens remain in contention no matter what happens Sunday. But the Steelers might already be facing a must-win.

Which team will win the Ravens-Steelers game in Pittsburgh?

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  • Is Sunday's game vs. the Ravens a must-win for the Steelers?

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      66%
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      4%
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      30%

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  • Which team will win the AFC North?

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      68%
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      17%
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      15%

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  • What do you make of Le'Veon Bell's struggles Sunday at the Jets (16 car, 34 yds)?

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      12%
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      35%
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      53%

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  • Is Ray Rice (197 rush yards, 2.8 YPC this season) done as an elite running back?

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      52%
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      48%

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  • Who is the better quarterback?

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      47%
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      53%

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  • Which team has the better defense?

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      68%
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      32%

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  • What do you make of Mike Tomlin banning games in the Steelers' locker room?

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      85%
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      15%

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  • Mike Tomlin has banned his players from flipping into the end zone, citing "the potential for injury." How do you feel about flipping into the end zone?

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      37%
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      63%

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