We're handing out game balls after Week 13 and here is who's getting them:
OFFENSE: All of the Ravens' blockers. The no-brainer is handing the game ball to Ray Rice, who ran for a career-best 204 yards in Cleveland. But the impressive part is how Rice rarely got touched going through the Browns' front seven on his big runs. So, the game ball goes to fullback Vonta Leach, the entire offensive line and even wide receiver Anquan Boldin. They paved the way for Baltimore's 290 yards rushing on the day.
DEFENSE: Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison. It doesn't look like that back injury is much of a problem anymore after watching him produce six tackles and three sacks in the rout of Cincinnati. His sacks were some of the toughest hits delivered on rookie quarterback Andy Dalton this season. Harrison has been carrying the Steelers' defense since LaMarr Woodley injured his hamstring, recording six of the Steelers' seven sacks over the past four games.
SPECIAL TEAMS: The entire Steelers' special teams. This was the group that won the game against Cincinnati with a dominating first half. Rookie first-round draft pick Cameron Heyward blocked a field goal on the Bengals' opening drive, Stevenson Sylvester forced a fumble on kickoff coverage (that led to a touchdown) and Antonio Brown scored on a 60-yard punt return. That's an impressive 17-point swing for Pittsburgh's special teams.