Morning Links (and Daily Thread)…

A quick daily look at what’s happening around Steelers Nation. And consider this your open thread for discussing the days events and, well, anything else that comes to mind about the Black and Gold.

– Here’s how Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs showed up to work on Wednesday. [Twitpic]

– Speaking of Suggs, he thinks the winner of this game is the best team in the NFL and will win the Super Bowl. [Tribune-Review]

– Accuscore likes the Steelers on Saturday. [ESPN]

– Manny Sanders: learning from the best. [Craig Wolfley's Blog]

– There’s a slim chance that Aaron Smith could play in a limited role on Saturday. [Tribune-Review]

– And for your random YouTube of the day: Renegade…

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    Guys, a little bit of a complain, you have been terribly quiet going into a Divisional clash with the Ravens, are you going to unleash hell or what?!

    • ryan

      Hell hath been unleashed. At the very least, we have two new posts up — one with Merril Hoge, and another where JJ takes a look at this matchup since 2006.

  • Grw1960

    I am hoping for one of those rare fast starts by the “Steelers” offense. I am hoping to see a lot of 3 step drops and quick passes by Ben to open this game up early.
    They didn’t use those much all season because Arians did not think the rookie receivers were ready to make correct reads. The last 3 games it was used more each game. Heres hoping it will work against the Ravens.

  • Randy Steele

    Has anyone considered the amount of time the Steelers have had to recuperate from their last game and prepare for this one versus the amount of time the Ravens have had?

    That’s to mention that the Ravens lost even more down time because they had to fly back to Baltimore from Kansas City, which effectively cost them another day, plus they must pack their bags and hit the road again to play the Steelers in Pittsburgh on Saturday. That’s a pretty short week, especially for a team as old as the Ravens.

    All in all, a staggering advantage for the home team.