The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens will go head to head on Sunday in an exciting contest for Week 4 of the NFL regular season this week. Today's big game takes place from the M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, and has a scheduled start time of 1 p.m. ET. The game can be watched on TV on the CBS network, or online through live stream (details below).
Both teams come into today's game on 2-1, knowing that a win would put them in the upper echelons of the NFL's teams this season, and would put them in an excellent position to push forwards for a postseason berth through the middle portions of the season.
However, a loss today for either would see them slip back to 2-2, which would feel disheartening after the potential of their starts so far this season.
The Steelers will be hoping to get their running game back up and started today. Le'Veon Bell is the highest paid running back in the NFL this season, yet through the opening three weeks he still has not yet rushed for 100 yards in any single game, and the Steelers are ranked a lowly 27th in the NFL for rush offense.
The Ravens will know that the rush is something they will have to be on guard against, and especially since they allowed 166 yards against the Jaguars last week, they will know they have to do a lot better otherwise Bell could take them apart.
Earlier this week, the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears got Week 4 off to a start on NFL Thursday Night Football. However, the contest was not as competitive as most neutrals would have liked, and the Packers eased to a comfortable 35-14 victory.
Packers' quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, threw for four touchdown passes, with two finding Jordy Nelson for touchdowns.
The result moved the Packer to 3-1, which leaves them in a solid position as they look to consolidate their good start to the season over the coming month and ensure they get one hand on a postseason spot as soon as possible.
However, for the Bears the season is quickly slipping away from them, and their third loss of the season sees them drop to 1-3, and it now seems a long way back for them to even get to a level record.
The Packers were in front right from the start in Thursday's game, and quickly jumped out to a 14-0 lead following Aaron Rodgers leading them to an opening drive touchdown.
There was a 45 minute delay in the game due to a lightning strike, however, not even that could shock the Bears into life, and they limply gave up the game to a far superior side.
One major area that the Bears must fix asap is Mike Glennon; things are simply not working. Glennon gave up four turnovers on the night, with two interceptions and two lost fumbles. That simply isn't good enough and there's little hope for the Bears to get a result when they give the ball away so consistently for free. Those four turnovers directly led to 21 of the Packers' points, which shows how costly each was. Now through the opening four games of the season, Glennon has given up eight turnovers; something must be done.
Tonight's game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens has a scheduled start time of 1 p.m. ET and can be watched on TV on the CBS network, or online through live stream by clicking here.