When the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers play each other, it is never a pretty game.
Both teams go in knowing it is going to be a physical, hard-fought win for whoever comes out on top at the end.
This was actually the fifth consecutive regular-season game between these two division rivals that was decided by four points or less.
Over the first three weeks of the season, the Steelers found a way to do just enough to win with a dominant defense and a serviceable offense.
Was this performance just a continuance from last season’s bad defensive play?
Here are 10 things I took away about the defense from this low-scoring matchup.