Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC North:
The Cincinnati Bengals are last in the NFL with just three sacks in four games.
Morning take: This was a major focus in the offseason. But it hasn't showed thus far, because Cincinnati doesn't have many pure pass rushers on its roster.
Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata is garnering respect for his dominance.
Morning take: I was covering the Cleveland Browns the year they passed Ngata for Kamerion Wimbley. Immediately I knew that was a mistake.
No matter who the quarterback is, the Browns will keep the offensive focus on tailback Peyton Hillis.
Morning take: That's the way it should be. Cleveland doesn't have the personnel to be a passing team. But Hillis and the offensive line gives the Browns a running identity.
Are the Pittsburgh Steelers primed for an offensive outburst now that quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is back?
Morning take: The Steelers proved in the first four games they can win with a power running game. As long as Roethlisberger holds up his end, the offense will be multi-dimensional.