Ranking the top 4 offenses the Steelers will face in 2023

  • Bengals will continue to be a challenging matchup
  • Jaguars will be contenders in 2023
  • Geno Smith will be an issue

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2. Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens made sure to lock up Lamar Jackson for good this offseason by giving him a 5-Year, $260 Million Dollar contract. That practically ensures that their offense is going to be a tough battle for whoever faces them.

The Ravens added free agent and Super Bowl Champion Odell Beckham Jr. this offseason in an attempt to give Lamar Jackson that much-desired help at the receiver position. They also spent their first-round draft selection on Zay Flowers, a wide receiver out of Boston College. It is clear that the Ravens are gearing up for a big year on the offensive side of the ball.

The Steelers luckily have fared well in matchups against Lamar Jackson so far in his career. Lamar Jackson has a passer rating of 67.4 against the Steelers while also holding a negative touchdown to interception ratio of 4 to 6.

The Steelers will need to produce more of the same results when they face Lamar and the Ravens twice this year. It will be more difficult with the new offensive additions made to the team, but the Steelers have fared well with the Ravens recently nonetheless.