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How to watch Ravens vs. Steelers 'Football Week' primetime 2010 matchup

How to watch Ravens vs. Steelers 'Football Week' primetime 2010 matchup

When Baltimore welcomed Pittsburgh for a Week 13 matchup in 2010, it was an outcome that would foreshadow the team's ultimate fate to their season in the playoffs. 

It's now also part of NBC Sports' "Football Week in America" coverage, re-airing marquee games from the past during a tough time that is lacking any live sports.

Celebrate your quarantine with us by reliving the Ravens' fierce rivalry with the Steelers in its glory days. 

The Joe Flacco-led Ravens opened the scoring with 2:08 remaining in the first quarter off a 14-yard touchdown pass to Anquan Boldin. It was the only score of the first half, as Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and Co. were stifling the Steelers offense. 

The teams exchanged field goals in the third quarter before the drama happened (shield your eyes Ravens fans!). Steelers safety Troy Polamalu strip-sacked Flacco to set up a Rothlisberger touchdown pass to Isaac Redman. It was a dagger with just under three minutes left the Ravens couldn't recover from and gave Pittsburgh sole possession of first place in the AFC North. 

Baltimore would go on to lose again to the Steelers in the Divisional Round of the postseason, while Pittsburgh went on to lose to the Green Bay Packers in the Super Bowl. 

Ravens vs. Steelers: How to Watch

Who: Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

What: Week 13 on Dec. 5, 2010, primetime NBC Football Night in America matchup

When: Saturday, April 4, 2020

Live Stream: NBC Sports (channel finder

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Ravens' Marlon Humphrey gets creative for morning workout, climbs rock hill

Ravens' Marlon Humphrey gets creative for morning workout, climbs rock hill

With the NFL season on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, the beginning of OTAs and other training sessions have been delayed. Therefore, players have had to get creative with their workouts based on their surroundings.

From truck pushing to weight-lifting sessions in mom and dad's driveway, there has been no shortage of unique workouts across the league. However, Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey may have just claimed the title of most creative.

On Monday, the star defender shared a video on Twitter of a workout he and his brothers participated in. The three looked to be focusing on cardio and strength-building, but not in the way it's typically done. Finding a large pile of gravel and rocks, they took turns running up the terrain. It's easy to feel the burn in your thighs and calves just looking at it.

Humphrey and his brothers made the exercise look rather easy, though it is certainly anything but that. Even the smallest piece of gravel on flat ground can sometimes trip someone up, and here, the cornerback is running up a hill composed entirely of it.

After former Ravens safety Eric Weddle responded to the video by letting Humphrey know just how insane the workout is, Humphrey admitted it didn't last long.

If this type of tricky surface isn't slowing Humphrey down, there isn't much that can. When the NFL season does begin, it could be a long year for opposing wide receivers who are tasked with somehow escaping his coverage.

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SEE IT: Ravens LB Tyus Bowser surprises mom with a new car for her birthday

SEE IT: Ravens LB Tyus Bowser surprises mom with a new car for her birthday

Ravens linebacker Tyus Bowser shares a special bond and love with his mother. So when it came to celebrating her birthday, the fourth-year defender wanted to make sure he showed her just how much she meant to him.

Bowser did just that, pulling off an epic surprise when presenting her gift. With the camera rolling, he let her know that there was a brand new car waiting for her outside. The reaction on her face was priceless.

The embrace the two shared when Bowser's mother realized what her son had done made it feel like someone was cutting onions in the room. The linebacker's journey to the NFL was undoubtedly fueled by his mother's support, and now he was able to show his appreciation for all she's done with an incredible gesture on her special day. 

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