10 questions Baltimore Ravens must answer week 5 at the Pittsburgh Steelers

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7. Can the Baltimore Ravens beat up a weak interior for the Pittsburgh Steelers?

One of the big strengths of the Baltimore Ravens right now is their defensive front. Michael Pierce is healthy and playing his best football. Meanwhile, Justin Madubuike appears to be on a mission for a new contract, and Sunday was some of the best you have seen from him. Broderick Washington has held it down as well, and this is a good front three.

They happen to get a Steelers unit that is limping into their game with the Ravens. Mason Cole is healthy but is not a strong option at center. James Daniels missed the week four matchup with the Houston Texans and is unlikely to suit up this week against the Baltimore Ravens.

Isaac Seumalo is a fine guard, but with the Eagles, he was one of their weaker players. Having someone that good be the worst option shows how good the line is. For the Steelers, he is their best option, and that speaks to what the Steelers line is.

Can the big three of Baltimore dominate the big three of the Steelers? There is no reason for Najee Harris to hit 50 yards in this game.