The Ravens (7-3) face Pittsburgh (6-3-1) Sunday at Heinz Field (7:30 p.m.
The Ravens will try to get a second win on the road, a first in three weeks for Baltimore.
The Steelers have won three straight games at home, including a 27-24 overtime victory in Cincinnati last week.
Baltimore beat the Browns in Week 4, 27-20.
The Ravens and Steelers have not played each other since a 16-13 victory in Week 13.
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Week 12 ranking: 8 ____________________________________________________________________New Orleans Saints at Oakland Raiders (Sunday, 4:05 p.r.)
The Raiders have dropped five straight games.
The Raiders have lost two of their last three and five of their past six.
The Chargers are coming off a 20-17 victory over the Rams, who are 4-5 in their last six games.
The Raiders are 2-2 in their past three meetings with the Saints.
The last time the two teams met was in Week 11.
Oakland is 4-3 in its past five games, including an 8-1 mark in its last nine games.
The Raiders rank last in the NFL in sacks (22.5) and first in QB hits (59).
The Chargers rank first in that department (65.3).
The last time both teams played in the Oakland Coliseum was in 2008, when the Raiders won 27-16.
This is the third game this week in which both teams have had their own injury issues.
San Diego is 5-3 at home this season, including 5-1 at home against Oakland.
The Broncos are 1-5 there.
Denver has won six of the last eight meetings, including five straight at home.
New England has won four of its last five at home and eight of its past 10.
Kansas City is 4.5-point underdogs in the AFC West.
St. Louis is 5.5 points ahead of Oakland in the division race.
Houston is 7-3 overall, but has dropped four of five.
The Texans have lost four of six and are 4.0-point behind the Raiders.
Atlanta has won three of its five games against the Chargers.
The Falcons are 3-3 on the season at home with three wins coming by a touchdown or less.
AFC North: New England Patriots at Indianapolis Colts (Thursday, 3:30 a.m.)
The Patriots have won four straight games after a 4-8 start.
New England is 9-2 overall and 3-1 in the playoffs.
Indianapolis has lost four straight and five in a row.
Russell Wilson leads the Colts (9-2) with a career-high 12 touchdown passes.
Luck is 10-for-11 for 323 yards and three touchdowns in the Colts’ win over the Raiders last week, including two scores on fourth down.
Luck has thrown for 1,928 yards and 10 touchdowns in those four games.
Wilson also leads the NFL with 13 touchdown passes in three games against Indianapolis this season.
Luck also has eight passing TDs in two playoff games.
Indianapolis has lost five of its six games at Candlestick Park.
The Colts have won their last four at home (7 of 18).
Indianapolis leads the league in rushing (5.25 per game) and has scored at least 15 points in three straight meetings.
Indianapolis leads in the second half of the season with a 4.12 yards per carry average.
Seattle Seahawks at Oakland A’s (Thursday/Saturday, 4 p.p.m., FOX)The Seahawks (4-7) have lost six of their first seven games and four of their five since winning five straight against the Texans.
Seattle is 2-5 overall and 4-1 since losing at home to the Browns.
The Seahawks have been 0-8 in Oakland this season and 1-8 on the year.
The loss was the Seahawks second straight at Candled Wells.
(AP) Russell Wilson led the Seattle Seahawks to a 24-20 win over Oakland on Monday night.
It was the second straight game that the Seahawks offense scored touchdowns.
Wilson’s first career touchdown pass came with 3:05 left in the first quarter.
It was his eighth touchdown pass of the year, and the seventh he has thrown this season as the Seahawks lead the NFL by at least 12 points.
It’s the seventh time in his career he’s passed for three touchdowns or more in a game.
Ryan Tannehill threw for 290 yards and two TDs in his second start with the team.
He threw for 297 yards and five TDs in a Week 2 win over Denver.
Tannehill completed 21 of 33 passes for 331 yards and a touchdown.
Injuries have hampered the Seahawks’ passing attack. Marsha