Here are the most interesting stories Saturday in the AFC North:
Is Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers the second-best quarterback in the playoffs?
Morning take: I disagree. I think you start any quarterback discussion with Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, then work from there. I would probably rank Drew Brees third and Roethlisberger fourth. But they're all great players.
The brother of Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl safety Ed Reed may be missing in Louisiana.
Morning take: Reed's younger brother was reportedly involved in a police chase and jumped into a river. The safety is expected to play Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Former Cincinnati Bengals head coach Bill "Tiger" Johnson passed away Friday at the age of 84.
Morning take: Johnson spent 17 years with the Bengals and was very well-respected. He led the Bengals to a 10-4 record in 1976 after Hall of Famer Paul Brown retired.
Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey is next to visit the Cleveland Browns for their coaching vacancy.
Morning take: Mularkey has good qualities. He is a good offensive mind and has the ability to work with young quarterbacks. But his previous stint as a head coach in Buffalo may be a concern.