Baltimore Ravens (2-2) at Pittsburgh Steelers (1-3)
NFL: Sunday, October 6th, 2019 at 1:00 pm ET (Heinz Field)
MoneyLine: Baltimore (-176), Pittsburgh (+145)
Spread: Baltimore -3.5 (100), Pittsburgh +3.5 (-121)
Total: Over 44.5 (-110), Under 44.5 (-110)
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The Pittsburgh Steelers finally have a win under their belt, as they beat the Cincinnati Bengals 27-3 on Sunday. Both teams were on the verge of remaining winless, and the Steelers were able to pull off the win. Now, the Steelers have the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday, October 6th.
In their win against the Bengals, Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph completed 24 out of 28 passes and threw for 229 yards. The Steelers finally won and avoided a 0-4 record going into Week 5.
One of the most notable performances in this game was from Steelers running back Jaylen Samuels. Samuels did it all in this game, as he had 31 passing yards, 26 rushing yards, 57 receiving yards and a touchdown. This was a difference from his performance in previous weeks, as he had only five rushing attempts for 22 yards and two receptions for 15 yards. He also did not have any touchdowns prior to this game. Obviously, this changed with his Week 4 performance.
Samuels also made history in this game. He was the fourth player in the last decade to finish with 25-plus yards in all three departments in a single game. He also became the second player with three completions, three rushes and three catches in a game since the 1970 merger, joining Terrelle Pryor in 2016. Samuels also reached accolades within the Steelers organization as he became the 1st Steelers running back with a completion, rush attempt, and reception in the same game since Mewelde Moore in Week 4 2009 vs. the Chargers. Lastly, he became the first Steelers non-QB with multiple completions in a game since Antwaan Randle El in 2005. So, he had an excellent performance. If the Steelers utilize him in Week 5, there is a chance he helps them win unless the Ravens have something to say about it.
The Baltimore Ravens are 2-2 as they approach Week 5. They lost their last game, as the Cleveland Browns beat them 40-25. The Browns gave the Ravens their second straight loss and second loss overall. The Ravens have a chance to snap their losing streak against a 1-4 team.
In their loss against the Browns, Lamar Jackson threw two interceptions and completed 24 out of 34 passes. The Ravens offense made various mistakes, and their defense somewhat struggled despite a decent start in the beginning. If the Ravens want to win their Week 5, their performance on both offense and defense needs to improve.
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