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Another great Week 1 matchup, the first time the Steelers go to M&T Bank stadium to see the Ravens. These two are the obvious favorites in the AFC North, and both have legitimate Super Bowl aspirations.
Joe Flacco will have to get used to two of his favorite targets leaving town though, Derrick Mason and Todd Heap. With two young tight ends, Ed Dickson and Dennis Pita, as well as a new wide receiver in Lee Evans, Flacco and the Ravens shouldn't have a problem finding their way on offense.
Ben Roethlisberger will have the opportunity to play a complete season, but even after sitting out a few games last year, Roethlisberger still managed to lead his team to the Super Bowl. The offense is intact and the team will look just as good as they did in their playoff run.
Both defenses are poised for a great year as well, so even though the Ravens and Steelers should have solid offensives this year, the matchup will be a low-scoring affair.