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Join Alan Zlotorzynski and Steve Shoup as they get you set for Steelers-Ravens II.

After playing four of their last five on the road, the Baltimore Ravens come home today to play the Pittsburgh Steelers. Game time at M&T Bank Stadium is 4:25 p.m. ET. It marks the second time the 9-2 Ravens play the 6-5 Steelers in three weeks. The Ravens beat the Steelers, 13-10, at Heinz Field on Nov. 18.

Pittsburgh turned the ball over eight times in losing their second in a row last Sunday as the Cleveland Browns managed a 20-14 victory. .

Alan will have all of the news, notes and audio clips that matter for the game and both of the guys will have their “5 Keys to a Ravens Victory”. During the take you back segment, Alan will take you back to a game when the Baltimore Colts defeated Terry Bradshaw and the Steel Curtain defense.

Ten days removed from a 38-31 Thanksgiving Day win against the Dallas Cowboys, the Washington Redskins return to the national spotlight in Week 13 as they host the New York Giants on ESPN’s Monday Night Football. Kickoff from FedEx Field is set for 8:30 p.m. ET.

The Redskins are riding a two-game winning streak, with both victories coming against division opponents.

Rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III is coming off the most efficient two weeks by a rookie passer in league history. Steve and Alan will break down the Skins game and provide you with a path to victory. Washington fell just 73 seconds short in their first meeting of beating the defending the Super Bowl Champions; will RG3 and company be able to finish the job on MNF? Alan and Steve have the answers.

You will hear from head coach Mike Shanahan as he appeared on the Mike & Mike Show this past Friday. You will also hear from RG3, as well as the Giants Victor Cruz and Eli Manning.

Showtime is set for 11:30 a.m.


 

 

 

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