Gus Edwards will take over as the starting running back for the Ravens in their Week 12 matchup against Pittsburgh — a role he's not consistently held since his rookie year.
Shortly after the Ravens lost to the Titans, both quarterback Lamar Jackson and running back J.K. Dobbins had some revealing comments about the team's effort.
There were questions about whether the Ravens game against Pittsburgh would proceed amid all of the positive tests for COVID-19, but the NFL plans to keep the schedule intact for now.
The Ravens sank farther down in the Week 12 Power Rankings after losing to Tennessee last week.
The Steelers lead the all-time regular-season series 26-23, also going 3-1 in the playoffs
Ravens tight end Mark Andrews has already heard the chatter among the naysayers. After losing three of the past four games, Baltimore's outlook for the playoffs has become increasingly dim.
Ravens running backs Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins are among "multiple members" of the Ravens organization that tested positive for COVID-19, and those individuals immediately began to self-quarantine, coach John Harbaugh announced Nov. 23.
The Ravens find themselves in an unfamiliar position for their Week 12 game against the Steelers — underdogs. The undefeated Steelers (10-0) opened as 3-point favorites over Baltimore, according to the early line by BetOnline.
Ravens running back J.K. Dobbins played 41 snaps in the 30-24 overtime loss to the Titans, well ahead of Gus Edwards (13), Justice Hill (seven) and Mark Ingram (six).
Baltimore's defenders missed several key tackles and were bullied on the final possession in a 30-24 overtime loss that puts their postseason hopes in jeopardy.
Derrick Henry has a 29-yard touchdown run for a 30-24 victory in overtime.
Patrick Mekari will take over at center in place of the struggling Matt Skura for the Ravens.
The Ravens (6-3) host the Titans (6-3) in a game with playoff implications. Tennessee beat Baltimore 28-12 in the playoffs last season.Here is a breakdown of the matchups.