After a third postponement, the Baltimore Ravens will finally face the Pittsburgh Steelers on Wednesday. The game which was originally scheduled for Thanksgiving night was pushed to Tuesday and now to Wednesday due to a COIVD-19 outbreak in Baltimore's organization. The Pittsburgh Steelers took to social media sharing their frustration after their primetime spot was taken away on Thanksgiving. The game that has been moved to Wednesday is now interfering with the annual Rockefeller Christmas tree lighting and is set for the afternoon. This delay does allow running backs Mark Ingram and J.K Dobbins to play however the Ravens will be missing 12 active players, including MVP Lamar Jackson. Sports Illustrated host Kaitlin O'Toole is joined by Noah Strackbeinfrom AllSteelers and Todd Karpovich from Raven Country for insight.