The Ravens (3-1) will fly to Pittsburgh (2-2) on Sunday to play their first divisional matchup of the season against the Steelers and try to put a sizable distance between them and the chasing pack in the AFC North.
When it comes to dealing with old-time foes you have to keep things as classic as possible, and that's precisely what Baltimore has decided to do for Week 5 as they will be clad in one of the most descriptive uniform of the Ravens football organization.
The Flock got things started with a purple-on-white combo in Week 1, moved on to a white-on-black uniform in Week 2, turned to purple-on-black in their lone loss of the season in Week 3, and the last time they hit a field they did so using a white-on-black elegant combination in Week 4.
This weekend, once more, the Ravens will be debuting a new uniform combination this year, making it five-for-five at that in the 2023 regular season as they will be using a white-on-purple combination in Pittsburgh.
If you check the 2022 Ravens Wardrobe over Ravens Uniform Tracker, you'll find out how they did with each and every one of the different jersey and pants combinations.
Ravens will go White-on-Purple against the Pittsburgh Steelers
The Ravens are going classic for their matchup against Pittsburgh while keeping things colored by inverting their most-used combo (purple-on-white) and turning it into a white-on-purple uni.
According to Ravens Uniform Tracker, this combination has been used 19 times throughout the existence of the team. The Flock has posted a more than positive 13-6 record while donning these threads, so that's a good start to Steelers Weekend, isn't it?
The last time the Ravens used this uni in last year's regular-season finale things didn't go quite according to plan, though. Cincinnati defeated Baltimore back then and would later send them packing home in the Wild Card of the playoffs.
Stay positive: it's time for a bright, fresh, much better start now.
The Ravens went 2-2 last season when using this combination. One of those victories? A 16-14 close win against the very own Pittsburgh Steelers on Dec. 11. See what I was saying!
Lamar Jackson didn't take part in that matchup, however, with Tyler Huntley and Anthony Brown leading the Flock from the pocket but J.K. Dobbins turning into the ultimate show-stealer with 120 rushing yards and a touchdown on 15 carries and Gus Edwards providing 66 more yards on 13 rushing attempts. Let's go for an encore.