Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC North:
A day after Pittsburgh Steelers tailback Willie Parker says the team needs to get back to running the ball, head coach Mike Tomlin wasn't happy and addressed Parker about those comments.
Morning take: This is a tough one. Part of me agrees with Parker's assessment of the offense. But at the same time, the team is winning. It's probably not the time to voice concerns.
Cleveland Browns tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. says he wants to return to next year.
Morning take: Is it possible? Anything is possible. But with so much uncertainty with the Browns from top to bottom, it's difficult to predict who stays or goes these days.
Baltimore Ravens tailback Willis McGahee said he is disappointed in his play last week against the Washington Redskins, where he rushed for 32 yards and had a fumble.
Morning take: McGahee had an, um, interesting way to describe his play. I'll let you click the link to see for yourself.
Continuing the theme of disappointed players, Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Levi Jones believes this was a lost season for him.
Morning take: Jones continues to battle injuries and has been banged up for several years now. Even at 29, you wonder if he can ever get back to the same level he once was.