Football Night in America

Season 7 Episode 12

Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Nov 18, 2012 on NBC
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Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

The team presents highlights and analysis of Week 11 Sunday action and sets the stage for the Sunday night game between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers from Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The game report can be found here.

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • (on the 3-7 Philadelphia Eagles)
        Dan Patrick: It's difficult for the Eagles. You got Nick Foles in there; Michael Vick with the serious concussion. That wasn't the answer.
        Tony Dungy: No, what we saw is Michael Vick wasn't the only problem. Bad coverage, back tackling, dropped balls - a lot of problems in Philadelphia.
        Rodney Harrison: Sounds like the definition of a bad team.
        Dan Patrick: How does this end in Philly?
        Tony Dungy: Not pretty. I'm sure they're going to have a new coach, a lot of new players next year. The owner (Jeffrey Loria) said (head coach) Andy Reid's got to make the playoffs. They're not making the playoffs.

      • (on struggling to beat the Cleveland Browns)
        Dallas Quarterback Tony Romo: I'm not surprised about anything in the NFL. I think every week is hard. It's a challenge. I'm not going to make any excuses for winning; I know that it's hard no matter who you play. At the same time we need to play better going forward if we're trying to do the things we hope to achieve.

      • Al Michaels: Byron Leftwich is a guy who is familiar with what the Steelers do. He was going to be the franchise quarterback at Jacksonville when they drafted him in the first round in 2003. Left there, went to Atalanta for a year came herein 2008. People forget, when they won the Super Bowl with (Ben) Roethlisberger and (Santonio) Holmes making the great catch and (James) Harrison with the run back against Arizona, he was the backup. Then he went to Tampa because they wanted to start him but that didn't blast very long. He comes back here, so he hasn't played that much in the last two years. But the one thing about Leftwich - I don't know what we'll see tonight, but I do know he knows the system and he knows the guys very well.
        Cris Collinsworth: And an incredibly confident guy. We met with him on Friday and here's a guy that acts like he's been the starter for the last 10 years around here.

    • NOTES (2)

      • Carolyn Manno reports on the Indianapolis Colts vs. New England Patriotsgame from Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts.

      • Bob Costas interviews former Pittsburgh Running Back Franco Harris with a focus on the famous Immaculate Reception play against the Oakland Raiders in the 1972 NFL Playoffs.
        Bob Costas interviews Baltimore Linebacker Terrell Suggs, who talks about his recovery from a torn Achilles sustained in the spring. He returned after 5 1/2 months instead of the projected 9-12 months.

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