The Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers were suppose to be played on Thanksgiving evening but after a plethora of positive tests out of the Ravens clubhouse, the game was postponed to Sunday.
Now, it is being reported that the game might not even be played on Thursday after more members of the Ravens organization tested positive for COVID-19 including the team’s quarterback – Lamar Jackson.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the likelihood of the Steelers-Ravens being played on Sunday is quickly “diminishing”:
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk echoed that sentiment:
The dilemma the NFL faces is that if they can’t play the game on Sunday, Monday (or Tuesday) isn’t an option due to the fact that the Ravens are scheduled to face the Dallas Cowboys next Thursday.