Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC North:
The Cincinnati Bengals likely will have their second blackout at home this season against the New Orleans Saints.
Morning take: At 2-9, Bengals fans just aren’t interested in paying to see this team late in the season. People in Cincinnati will have to figure out other ways to catch the game.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison believes he's being targeted by the NFL.
Morning take: Harrison has 125,000 reasons to feel this way. He's the most heavily fined player this season.
Baltimore Ravens receiver Anquan Boldin isn't worried about his opportunities.
Morning take: Boldin is getting a lot of coverage and the Ravens like to spread the ball around. But there will be big spots this season -- perhaps on Sunday -- when Boldin will be called to have a big game.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Jake Delhomme says he needs to avoid interceptions.
Morning take: That's been the biggest issue with Delhomme. Big turnovers change games and could be the difference in winning and losing.