NFL
November 30, 2020
BY Lance Cartelli

Baltimore Ravens-Pittsburgh Steelers Postponed to Wednesday

UPDATE: After being delayed twice, the Ravens-Steelers game has been moved a third time. The game will be played Wednesday, according to ESPN. 

The NFL's three-game slate on Thanksgiving day is now a double-header. 

Due to multiple positive coronavirus tests, the Baltimore Ravens Thursday night matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers has been moved to Sunday. 

The Ravens currently have four players — Mark Ingram, J.K. Dobbins, Brandon Williams and Pernell McPhee — on the reserve/COVID-19 list along with multiple members of the team's staff also testing positive for coronavirus. 

The unfortunate news is a big hit to the NFL and football fans as the Ravens-Steelers clash was the best game of the day. 

Needless to say, Steelers players aren't taking the postponement well, either. 

The postponement is somewhat surprising as the 49ers' Week 9 tilt with the Packers wasn't delayed due to a COVID-19 outbreak on the Niners' roster, as Steelers tight end Eric Ebron pointed out in a tweet. 

The Thanksgiving day double-header now consists of Texans at Lions and the Washington Football Team at the Dallas Cowboys

With your Thanksgiving night now free, you might have to actually talk to your family. We wish you good luck. 

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