Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens: 5 Things to Watch

Here are 5 things to watch come Sunday in this epic M&T Bank Stadium. On the other hand, the Ravens are coming off a disastrous 7-44 loss to the Jaguars last week.

Ravens fans, so hung up on the idea of disrespect, booed a prayer for the vaguest, most agreeable kind of ideals anyone could dream up, and as the Ravens attempted to please everybody, they still pissed off their dumbest portion of supporters.

However, there is a chance that Harrison could play reps on Sunday as he practiced all week through Thursday but missed practice on Friday with an illness.

The protest has tapered off this week, as owners request their players to stand and fans increasingly show their displeasure with athletes who follow the movement begun by Colin Kaepernick, who cited racism to explain why he would not stand for the anthem.

Running back Le'Veon Bell is averaging just 3.5 yards a carry and he continues to shake off the rust from missing training camp and the preseason in a contract dispute.

Prior to last Christmas Day, the Ravens had defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in three consecutive games.

Also, CB Jaylen Hill (Thigh) and TE Maxx Williams (Ankle) are out of the game and TE Benjamin Watson is marked as questionable due to a calf injury.

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