Here are the most interesting stories Saturday in the AFC North:
The Baltimore Ravens may not see a lot of Wildcat offense from the Miami Dolphins Sunday.
Morning take: Miami hasn't run much Wildcat this year, and it could be risky against Baltimore. It's hard to fool the veteran Ravens defense with misdirection.
Browns offensive coordinator Brian Daboll refutes New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick's claim that Cleveland runs a West Coast offense.
Morning take: Belichick may have an agenda to get under Cleveland's skin a little to insist Browns president Mike Holmgren is running the show and not the coaching staff.
Cincinnati Bengals rookie tight end Jermaine Gresham is off to a solid start with 29 receptions.
Morning take: Gresham is catching the ball well, but I'd like to see him challenge defenses vertically more often. It's up to Bengals offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski to put Gresham in those positions.
Pittsburgh Steelers kicker Jeff Reed missed five field goals in seven games.
Morning take: Reed said he's ready to get back on track. The Steelers likely will need clutch kicking from Reed in the second half of the season.