How the Steelers Can Regain Control of AFC North in Showdown Against Ravens

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How the Steelers Can Regain Control of AFC North in Showdown Against Ravens
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The 6-3 Pittsburgh Steelers will enter their most important game of the 2012 season—an AFC North clash against the 7-2 Baltimore Ravens—with their most important player on the sidelines. 

Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (shoulder, rib) has already been ruled out, leaving the offense in the hands of backup Byron Leftwich. 

The Steelers are underdogs at home in this division tilt, and the Ravens have mostly had their way with Pittsburgh when Roethlisberger doesn't play. 

However, if the Steelers want to regain control of the AFC North, they'll have to check off the following tasks Sunday night against the Ravens. 

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