A look at the late happenings around the AFC North:
BENGALS: Cincinnati is already trying to move past its worst loss of the season, a 35-7 defeat at Pittsburgh. "It wasn’t a good day," coach Marvin Lewis said today, via The Cincinnati Enquirer. "As I said yesterday, we have to aggressively make the corrections and changes and visions, and move forward. We did that today.”
BROWNS: QB Colt McCoy (right knee sprain) is expected to be fine but RB Peyton Hillis (left hip strain) is uncertain for Thursday's game against the Steelers, according to The Cleveland Plain Dealer. Hillis had 97 total yards against Baltimore.
RAVENS: According to The Baltimore Sun, the Ravens are expected to hear by Tuesday morning whether the Dec. 18 Sunday night game at San Diego will get flexed. The Ravens-Chargers could get bumped to an afternoon game in favor of Patriots-Broncos.
STEELERS: Head coach Mike Tomlin didn't rule out linebacker LaMarr Woodley (hamstring) or right guard Ramon Foster (ankle), according to The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Foster is considered questionable for Thursday's game against the Browns, and Woodley is "still in play," Tomlin said. Woodley said he expected to play after Sunday's game.