Steelers beat the Browns three times in the 1994 season, which was before the Browns became the Ravens. The Steelers did the hat trick on the Houston Oilers sometime during the 1970s, as well.
The 2008 season will be the second season that the Steelers and Ravens have met three times. The first time was 2001 when the Steelers and Ravens split two regular season games and the Steelers defeated the Ravens in the Divisional round of the playoffs.
No, they have not. In the 2008 season, it was the Steelers who beat the Baltimore Ravens three times. Twice during the regular season and again in the AFC Championship game, played on January 18, 2009.
The Steelers swept the Baltimore Ravens during the regular season, four times (1997, 1998, 2002 and 2008).
The Baltimore Ravens defeated the Steelers twice during the 2011 season.September 11th: Ravens - 35 Steelers - 7November 6th: Ravens - 23 Steelers - 20
In the regular season, four times ... 2008, 2002, 1998 and 1997. The Steelers beat the Ravens a third time in the 2008 playoffs. The Steelers also defeated the Ravens twice in 2001 and 2010, once in the regular season and once in the playoffs.
The Steelers and Ravens are in the same division and always play each other two times in the regular season. In 2009, the Ravens defeated the Steelers in week 12 in overtime 20-17. In week 16 the Steelers won 23-20.
I would say so.
Through the 2013 season, the Steelers lead the all-time regular season series against the Baltimore Ravens 20-16. The Steelers also lead the postseason series 3-0.
The Baltimore Ravens have a 12-18 regular season record against the Steelers. They are also 0-2 in their postseason meetings.
Through the 2013 season, the Baltimore Ravens have a 16-20 record versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. They are also 0-3 in their postseason meetings.
Through the 2013 season, the two teams have played each other 39 times. The Steelers lead the all-time regular season series against the Baltimore Ravens 20-16. The Steelers also lead the postseason series 3-0.
Three times. Through the 2010 season, the Baltimore Ravens lead the all-time series three games to none.