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Simulation: Ravens defeat the Steelers without Big Ben

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Editor’s Note: This is a simulation and it doesn’t mean that it’s going to be the actual score in the game. Also, all the players in this simulation may not play in the actual contest.

According to our, the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Ravens won 48-38 at M&T Bank Stadium.

In this simulation, the Steelers do not have starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. He’s a game-time decision.

Joe Flacco (Getty Images)

Joe Flacco (Getty Images)

The Steelers had 446 total yards in 25 minutes and six minutes in time of possession. The Ravens had 466 total yards in 34 minutes and 54 seconds.

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco went 24 of 36 for 353 yards and four touchdowns.

Terrance West had 24 carries for 86 yards and a touchdown. Kyle Juszczyk had a 12-yard carry, while Kenneth Dixon had seven carries for seven yards. Javorious Allen had two carries for six yards. Flacco had a carry for two yards.

Breshad Perriman had five receptions for a 105 yards and two touchdowns. Juszczyk had three receptions for 62 yards, while Steve Smith Sr. had four receptions for 62-yards. Kamar Aiken had four receptions for 61-yards and a touchdown.

Mike Wallace had four receptions for 30 yards. Dennis Pitta had two receptions for 22 yards and a touchdown. Chris Moore had a nine-yard reception and West had a two-yard reception.

Steelers quarterback Landry Jones went 23 of 35 for 345 yards. He had four touchdowns and an interception.

Le’Veon Bell had 17 carries for 89 yards and a touchdown. DeAngelo Williams had five carries for 16 yards, while Jones had two carries for four yards.

Bell had six receptions for a 128 yards, while Antonio Brown had seven receptions for a 102 yards and three touchdowns. Sammie Coates had two receptions for 32 yards and Markus Wheaton had two receptions for 29 yards.

Williams had two receptions for 22 yards and a touchdown. Jesse James had two receptions for 18 yards and Eli Rogers had two receptions for 14 yards.

Daniel McCullers, L.J. Fort, Ricardo Mathews and Arthur Moats led the Steelers with four tackles. Artie Burns, Anthony Chickilio, Justin Gilbert and Vince Williams had three tackles each.

Zachary Orr led the Ravens with four tackles. Lawrence Guy, Jimmy Smith and Eric Weddle had three tackles each. Guy and Anthony Levine Sr. had a sack each, while Albert McClellan had an interception.

Perriman and Dixon each scored touchdowns in the second half for the Ravens. With 33 seconds left in the game, Justin Tucker made a 46 yard field goal.

Brown had two touchdowns for the Steelers, while Williams also added a touchdown.

The Ravens led 31-17 at halftime. As time expired, Tucker made a 19 yard field goal.

Bell had a 48-yard rushing touchdown in the second quarter. Brown also had a touchdown.

Chris Boswell made a 31-yard field goal.

The Ravens had three first half touchdowns.

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