The Baltimore Ravens were reportedly able to get a practice in on Tuesday, which is great news ahead of them potentially playing the Steelers on Wednesday.
What a miserable week it has been for both the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens. The two sides were supposed to battle it out on Thanksgiving night, but due to COVID-19 complications, the game got pushed back. However, it’s been pushed back multiple times, with the teams now getting ready to face off on Wednesday.
With the latest reschedule, many fans out there figured the game would potentially be moved to a different week altogether. However, good news has arrived out of Baltimore, as the Ravens were reportedly able to get in a practice on Tuesday morning.
The Ravens getting a practice in on Tuesday is a good sign ahead of playing Pittsburgh
Should Baltimore be able to take on Pittsburgh on Wednesday as scheduled, they’ll be without multiple players, of course including star quarterback Lamar Jackson and tight end Mark Andrews. Fortunately for Baltimore, they will have JK Dobbins and Mark Ingram, who appeared to be in jeopardy of missing the game. That’s no longer the case, though.
With Jackson already ruled out, Robert Griffin III is all ready to start for Baltimore for the Week 12 showdown. Griffin unfortunately will have to face a Steelers defense which has been downright sensational this year, with guys like Minkah Fitzpatrick and TJ Watt making countless superb plays this season.
Come Wednesday, we’ll see what Griffin and Baltimore will be able to do down plenty of men against a fierce, undefeated Pittsburgh squad. Should the Ravens record an upset, we’ll end up talking about this game for years to come.