OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens are breaking out their lucky black jerseys for Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Ravens' alternate jerseys remain the favorite look for many of the players, and Baltimore has performed quite well in them. The Ravens are 16-6 (.727) all-time in their black jerseys, including 13-3 (.812) under coach John Harbaugh.
Last season, the Ravens sported their black jerseys against the Cincinnati Bengals and the Philadelphia Eagles, beating them by a combined six points.
The black jerseys have been worn by the Ravens twice a year since 2009. Teams can wear their alternate uniforms twice a year.