Harrison or Suggs? Ngata or Hampton? Whom would you start?
Scouts Inc. broke down the film, made some tough decisions and created the best defensive lineup from the Steelers' and Ravens' rosters.
Originally Published: December 11, 2008By Jeremy Green | Scouts Inc.
Steelers at Ravens is not only one of the best games for Week 15, it's one of the best games this season. It will be a physical AFC North battle with a division title and potential playoff hopes on the line. Every time these teams meet, two of the best defenses in the NFL are featured. Pittsburgh comes into this game with the No. 1-ranked defense; Baltimore is No. 2. We realize Pittsburgh plays exclusively a 3-4 defense, while Baltimore mixes the 3-4 with the 4-3 defense, but this depth chart is based strictly on a 3-4 look.
We broke down the defenses and came up with an all-star defensive lineup. Like most great defenses, there are plenty of options, and deciding who would be the starter at each spot wasn't easy.
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