The Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers are forever linked together in terms of their history on the defensive side of the football. Defense has been the catalyst of their rivalry with players like Ray Lewis, Joey Porter, Troy Polamalu, Ed Reed, James Harrison and Terrell Suggs over the years, and the tradition still continues today. Harrison and Suggs are the last men standing when it comes to the old guard for this rivalry. In 2017, defense has helped put both these rivals at 2-0 to begin this young season. The Steelers defense is ranked 3rd in yards allowed in the NFL, 5th in passing yards allowed and 6th in points allowed. The Ravens are 11th in yards allowed, and 2nd in points allowed.
Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer Close Longtime Jets beat writer for New York Daily News Syracuse University graduate Follow on Twitter FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- When Jay Cutler was released by the Chicago Bears last March, he received a phone call from the New York Jets. The two sides set up a visit, which never happened because of logistical reasons. It got pushed back once because the coaches were out of town on pre-draft scouting assignments, and the re-scheduled meeting didn't happen because the Jets' doctors weren't available. In the meantime, the Jets signed Josh McCown, the ideal quarterback for their rebuilding effort. Cutler would've been a bad fit, and that's putting it mildly. On Sunday,
The Denver Broncos (2-0) will face the Buffalo Bills (1-1) on the road in Week 3 of the 2017 NFL season. After thrashing the Dallas Cowboys (1-1) 42-17 last week, the Broncos opened as two-point favorites over the Bills. Spero Dedes (play-by-play) and Adam Archuleta (color analyst) will call the game for CBS with KOA (850 AM/94.1 FM) and The Fox (103.5 FM) airing the game on the radio. KNRV (1150 AM) will also air a Spanish broadcast of the AFC showdown. According to 506Sports.com, the green areas in the map below will get the Broncos game against the Bills on local CBS stations: In addition to the green areas shown in the map above, Anchorage and Fairbanks will also air the Broncos-Bills game