Mike Tomlin, Ben Roethlisberger both take issue with Antonio Brown's gatorade toss

Mike Tomlin, Ben Roethlisberger both take issue with Antonio Brown's gatorade toss

Antonio Brown handled himself in an incredibly unprofessional manner at one point during his team's win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, but the Pittsburgh Steelers receiver has no regrets over the incident. Sunday's contest provided a 26-9 victory over the division rival Ravens, pushing the Steelers record to 3-1 and first place in the AFC North. I think all of those guys are conscientious. "Just being able to stay focused, stay together, that is what professionals are called to do".

Le'Veon Bell had 144 yards on 35 carries with two touchdowns. Bell's rushing output against the Ravens nearly matches his total from the first three games of the season combined (180). He was also sacked four times.

"When I got up here, not knowing a lot about this organization, a lot of the first things I heard were, 'Beat the Steelers, '" Humphrey said.

Ben Roethlisberger went 18 for 30 for 216 yards and a touchdown.

Asked to assess how the Steelers - who all stood on the sideline for the anthem on Sunday, without any protesters - handled the issues in the week after returning from Chicago, Villanueva said, "You can't put a grade or it was good or bad, because there's a lot of feelings in this debate".

Baltimore's offense is a complete joke, and the defense simply isn't as good as they looked during the first two weeks of the season. "I want them to know, if you do, bad consequences". The trials on offense linger on and even head coach John Harbaugh admitted that everyone on the roster has room to improve, and need to quickly. Alex Collins has fumbled twice this season. Defensive end Stephon Tuitt (bicep) practiced Wednesday, while linebacker Bud Dupree was a limited participant. "It's one of those injuries that's just a little bit unpredictable".

Derek Carr out 2-6 weeks with a back fracture
Teams need to exploit matchups against Denver's linebackers because the Broncos' secondary is so good. He was concussed this preseason but didn't miss a game, and suffered another head injury .

After watching the Ravens confirm those doubts in a 26-9 home loss to the Steelers on October 1, it may be time to go further: the Ravens won't win more than five games this season. "I just haven't made the plays yet necessary for my team to get the job done". JuJu Smith-Schuster scored on a 19-yard reception in the second-quarter.

"Last week was a awful loss and this week wasn't very good, either", Watson said. Unless it turns out Ravens fans for some reason really hate "kindness".

And then go ahead and grab the Ravens plus the field goal.

On offense, Flacco will bounce back from an abysmal performance against Jacksonville and he has two solid rushers in Buck Allen and Terrance West. Defensive coordinator Keith Butler also had a nice game plan against the Ravens, and his players executed it well.

The Steelers haven't been tested yet by a dynamic offense - Minnesota did score 29 points the week before being held to nine in Pittsburgh and had 34 the week after - but the defense is certainly trending in the right direction, regardless of the grade Tuitt gave.