Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC North:
The Cleveland Browns pulled off another upset on "Monday Night Football," beating the Buffalo Bills, 29-27, at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Morning take: The Browns continue their trend of unpredictability. They win the games you don't expect, and lose the game they should win.
Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times writes the Baltimore Ravens are not panicking after Sunday's 30-10 loss to the New York Giants.
Morning take: The Ravens won four in a row to put themselves in position to drop a game here and there. The most important thing for Baltimore is not to suffer any long losing streaks the rest of the way if it wants to make the postseason.
Mark Curnutte of the Cincinnati Enquirer says it's "Steelers week" for the Bengals, but it doesn't feel that way.
Morning take: What's really odd is that the Bengals are playing their best football of the season while the Steelers are not as sharp as they should be. Maybe that combination will produce a highly-competitive game Thursday night.
Speaking of the Steelers, Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette writes tailback Willie Parker is lobbying to have the offense geared more toward running the football.
Morning take: Now that Parker is back, we agree. Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has thrown the football 82 times the past two games, which is not what Pittsburgh is known for.