Big Ben to see Ravens-like defense on short week

The Steelers will face the Indianapolis Colts on a short week, but it isn't taking much time for the players to become well-versed on their defense.

Indianapolis defensive coordinator Ted Monachino was hired in the off-season after spending the past six years as a linebackers coach with the Baltimore Ravens. The Colts already ran an attacking 3-4 scheme before Monachino's arrival, and he's since implemented several Ravens-based concepts.

"We're seeing a lot of Baltimore looks," Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said Wednesday morning.

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While it may seem like bad news for Big Ben owners, the story goes on to say for as much as the Colts defense resembles Baltimore in tendencies, it lacks in production. The Ravens are second in the league in total defense, but the Colts are 30th, giving up a league-worst 284 passing yards-per-game. Roethlisberger has torched Indianapolis over the last two seasons, finishing with a combined 886 yards, 10 touchdowns and zero interceptions in two lopsided wins.

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