Steelers schedule 2023: Predicting which games are in primetime

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Primetime game No. 3: Steelers vs Ravens

Who doesn't like a good AFC North slugfest? When the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens meet on the field under the lights, you can almost guarantee that it's going to be a low-scoring affair. However, the viewing audience will be in for some hard-hitting football between two teams that hate each other.

Now that Lamar Jackson has signed his extension to stay in Baltimore, we can assume that the Ravens will play under the lights in primetime this year. One of those contests could come against Pittsburgh, as these two teams only played a pair of 1:00 p.m. games against each other last season.

Not only are the Ravens getting Lamar back from injury, but they've also added some flashy weapons in Odell Beckham Jr. and rookie first-round WR Zay Flowers that will make their offense more fun to watch.

Considering their borderline playoff statuses last season, there could be a lot riding on this matchup. I can see the Steelers and Ravens facing each other in primetime late in the season with potential playoff implications on the line.