We're all well aware of the Ravens' injury situation at this point.
Left tackle Michael Oher (sprained knee), fullback Le'Ron McClain (sprained ankle) and safety Dawan Landry (concussion) all suffered injuries against the Buccaneers on Sunday, leaving their status for this weekend's game against the Steelers in doubt.
Right guard Chris Chester has missed the last two games with a leg infection, rookie tight end Ed Dickson sat out the Bucs game with a hamstring injury, and safety Tom Zbikowski has missed the last five games with a heel injury.
But the Ravens aren't the only ones who are a little banged up going into this weekend.
The Steelers have their own injury issues, and their list of dinged up players is seemingly growing by the day.
Today, Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin announced that quarterback Ben Roethlisberger currently has a boot on his sprained right foot and might miss practice time this week. The Steelers' quarterback won't miss Sunday's game, however, you can count on that.
But, Pittsburgh has injury concerns at other key spots as well.
Pittsburgh has already lost offensive tackles Willie Colon and Max Starks for the season, and they're becoming pretty thin at defensive end, as Aaron Smith (triceps) and Brett Keisel (calf, hamstring) have missed the last few games, and reserve D-end Nick Eason, who has replaced Keisel, suffered a sprained MCL last weekend.
The Steelers also lost starting cornerback Bryant McFadden during Sunday's game against the Bills with a hamstring injury.
In what might be the most physical game of the season, both the Ravens and Steelers will be dealing with various bumps and bruises. We'll just have to see how all these guys respond to treatment over the course of the week.