In terms of Week 11 games, it doesn't get much bigger than the Ravens and the Steelers on Sunday. In a game that will decide first place in the AFC North, the Ravens are currently favored by 3.5 points.
Baltimore holds a one-game lead over Pittsburgh in the division, so if the Steelers win, it would put the two teams even for first place.
But in order for the Steelers to overcome the odds and pull into a tie for first, they might have to win without quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who is listed as questionable after suffering a shoulder sprain during Monday's game against the Chiefs.
The total for Sunday night's game is set at 41, and both teams have shown this year that they can win without putting up a ton of points.
Baltimore is just a week removed from hanging 55 on the Oakland Raiders, but they also won a 9-6 battle against Kansas City earlier in the year. Pittsburgh beat the Chiefs, 16-13, on Monday in overtime.