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Troyisabeast_43
10-28-2012, 09:07 PM
Steelers: @Giants,CHIEFS,RAVENS,@Browns,@Ravens,CHARGERS,@Da llas, BENGALS,BROWNS.

Ravens : @Browns,RAIDERS,@Steelers,@Chargers,STEELERS,@Reds kins,BRONCOS,GIANTS,@Bengals

If you compare the two teams schedules the rest of the way in terms of who has the advantage to win the division I think you have to give the advantage to the Steelers. The Steelers after next week with their tough tough game with the Giants on the road still get to the play the Browns twice home and away,Kansas City at home who is terrible,the Chargers at home who are an absolute mess and cant win on the road especially on the East Coast,and the Steelers get the Bengals one more time at home. The Ravens on the other hand still have to play tough road games at Pittsburgh,at San Diego,at Washington,and at Cincy,and still have to play both Manning brothers back to back weeks albeit in Baltimore in December.

It's why that game against the Giants is so so key to win next week to allow us to most likely barring a horrific loss to the Chiefs at home who are terrible the following week it will allow the Steelers to stay at least one game behind the Ravens when they come in here in 3 weeks which means if the Steelers beat them they would own the tiebraker with the Ravens still having the much tougher schedule the last 6 games. I think when you breakdown both of these teams schedules the last 9 games when you compare both home and away schedules I think you have to say by getting a first look at it advantage goes clearly to the Steelers.

Steelers/PSU Fan
10-28-2012, 09:30 PM
Steelers: @Giants,CHIEFS,RAVENS,@Browns,@Ravens,CHARGERS,@Da llas, BENGALS,BROWNS.

Ravens : @Browns,RAIDERS,@Steelers,@Chargers,STEELERS,@Reds kins,BRONCOS,GIANTS,@Bengals

If you compare the two teams schedules the rest of the way in terms of who has the advantage to win the division I think you have to give the advantage to the Steelers. The Steelers after next week with their tough tough game with the Giants on the road still get to the play the Browns twice home and away,Kansas City at home who is terrible,the Chargers at home who are an absolute mess and cant win on the road especially on the East Coast,and the Steelers get the Bengals one more time at home. The Ravens on the other hand still have to play tough road games at Pittsburgh,at San Diego,at Washington,and at Cincy,and still have to play both Manning brothers back to back weeks albeit in Baltimore in December.

It's why that game against the Giants is so so key to win next week to allow us to most likely barring a horrific loss to the Chiefs at home who are terrible the following week it will allow the Steelers to stay at least one game behind the Ravens when they come in here in 3 weeks which means if the Steelers beat them they would own the tiebraker with the Ravens still having the much tougher schedule the last 6 games. I think when you breakdown both of these teams schedules the last 9 games when you compare both home and away schedules I think you have to say by getting a first look at it advantage goes clearly to the Steelers.

Lets just hope the Ravens performance last week will be indicative of their future performance, if so we have a really good shot at winning the AFCN. Wish we would have beaten Oakland and Tennessee, those games might bite us in the *** at the end of the season.

coldrolled
10-29-2012, 09:11 AM
Beating the Ravens twice fixes those losses.

LatrobePA
10-29-2012, 09:56 AM
Beating the Ravens twice fixes those losses.

This!

BlitzburghRockCity
10-29-2012, 10:15 AM
These NFC games can't be overlooked. A loss to an NFC team isn't the worst thing in the world, but then you're climbing out of a hole you have to win every game. We can't count on the Ravens losing, we need to keep winning and if we do that then we can take the division by beating them twice. Anything less just leaves too much up to chance.

Having said that, I like our chances in the schedule going forward more than I do the Ravens.

SnakeEyes43
10-29-2012, 10:35 AM
Beating the Ravens twice fixes those losses.

Yes. Yes it would.

Black@Gold Forever32
10-29-2012, 03:56 PM
The Steelers must sweep the Ravens period.........

acero
10-30-2012, 01:03 AM
Beating the Ravens twice fixes those losses.

LIKE

scudmissile29
10-30-2012, 07:22 AM
After losing to the Raiders and Titans nothing is easy.

Steveo
10-30-2012, 08:27 AM
Actually the schedules look about the same to me. As others have already stated, just sweep Baltimore.

scudmissile29
10-30-2012, 08:35 AM
I can see us losing

Baltimore x1
chargers
giants
dallas

would put us at 9-7.

Real Deal Steel
10-30-2012, 11:17 AM
I don't see us losing to the Dallas Deadcows. They turn the ball over too much. And so do the Chargers.

Plus...I think the Browns have a real chance of beating the Ravens this Sunday.

Steveo
10-31-2012, 08:23 AM
I don't see us losing to the Dallas Deadcows. They turn the ball over too much. And so do the Chargers.

Didn't see us loosing to the Raiders and Titans either, but we did.


I think the Browns have a real chance of beating the Ravens this Sunday
Your lips to Gods ear.

Troyisabeast_43
11-04-2012, 09:50 PM
Steelers schedule the last 8 : CHIEFS,RAVENS,@Browns,@Ravens,CHARGERS,@Dallas, BENGALS,BROWNS

Ravens schedule the last 8 : RAIDERS,@Steelers,@Chargers,STEELERS,@Redskins,BRO NCOS,GIANTS,@Bengals

Advantage clearly goes to the Steelers I believe the last half of the season. The Steelers got most of their real tough tough games out of the way while the Ravens still have to play both Manning brothers, the Chargers and RG3 on the road which is never easy and the Steelers twice home and away. As long as the Steelers win even one of those games against the Ravens they will win the AFC North in my opinion. Although I think the Steelers are playing well enough to sweep the Ravens at this point...

coldrolled
11-05-2012, 07:58 AM
If we play like last night and the ravens play like they have been. We win 2.. And 7 of the last 8