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NFL Week 7 -- Ravens at Steelers
Not long ago -- last year, maybe? -- Ravens-Steelers was among the NFL's best rivalries. And that was before Baltimore won the most recent Super Bowl. This season, though, both teams are struggling. Baltimore is stuck at .500 and Pittsburgh is coming off its first win of the season. With the Cincinnati Bengals not running away with the division, the Ravens remain in contention no matter what happens Sunday. But the Steelers might already be facing a must-win.
Offensive rookies did pretty well in 2012 -- but only one could be named rookie of the year. That was Robert Griffin III, who beat out fellow quarterbacks Russell Wilson and Andrew Luck -- along with running backs Doug Martin and Alfred Morris -- for the award. Who will claim the honor this season? Click on the images to rank the candidates!
Rank: NFL offensive ROY candidates
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