Posted by ESPN.com’s James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC North:
Are the Pittsburgh Steelers becoming a pass-happy team?
Morning take: The team says otherwise but the numbers don’t lie. Pittsburgh is throwing the football 63 percent of the time through the first two weeks.
Cincinnati Bengals rookie receiver Quan Cosby is doing well returning kicks this season.
Morning take: Cosby has quietly added an extra element to special teams. The Bengals will need all three phases playing well Sunday against Pittsburgh.
Baltimore Ravens receiver Demetrius Williams has yet to catch a pass this season.
Morning take: This is a surprise so far as Baltimore had decent expectations of Williams returning from injury. Kelley Washington’s solid play also has decreased Williams’ opportunities.
Ranked last in the NFL in total offense, Cleveland Browns quarterback Brady Quinn says the unit will work through its struggles.
Morning take: The Browns are struggling offensively and the Ravens are still working out some bugs on defense. One of these units will get their act together Sunday.