Here are the most interesting stories Sunday in the AFC North:
The Pittsburgh Steelers (6-2) and New England Patriots (6-2) will battle for AFC supremacy.
Morning take: With the Baltimore Ravens' loss, the winner of this game will have the best record in the conference in a race for home-field advantage. Potential tiebreakers also are at stake.
The Cleveland Browns need to be wary of the New York Jets' diverse passing attack.
Morning take: Although the Browns are playing better in the secondary, they are last in the AFC North and 25th overall in pass defense. Also look out for Jets receiver and former Steeler Santonio Holmes, who knows Cleveland well and is capable of making big plays.
The Ravens' 2010 draft class is a work in progress.
Morning take: A combination of injuries and a veteran team have made for little impact. Defensive lineman Terrence Cody and tight end Ed Dickson are the only two getting decent playing time thus far.
Here are five keys for the Cincinnati Bengals against the Indianapolis Colts.
Morning take: Although this wasn't mentioned, special teams definitely needs to get its act together. This phase doesn't have to win the game for Cincinnati, but it can't lose it like last week against Pittsburgh.