Week 4 is highlighted by two AFC North rivalries Sunday. Here are the most interesting stories in the division:
We will know more about the Baltimore Ravens (2-1) after Sunday's game against the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers (3-0).
Morning take: Baltimore was a trendy Super Bowl pick by many (I picked Indianapolis), but the Ravens haven't played up to expectations so far. This game is a great measuring stick.
Pittsburgh linebacker James Farrior and Baltimore's Ray Lewis continue to play well late into their careers.
Morning take: Both are ideal examples of how intelligence, ability, leadership and good health can last in the NFL. Lewis and Farrior are among the few players with all these traits in one package.
Can Cincinnati Bengals (2-1) receivers Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens have a big game against the Cleveland Browns (0-3)?
Morning take: Cleveland's secondary struggled covering Baltimore's Anquan Boldin last week. That could bode well for Cincinnati, but the offense has yet to put together four quarters.
Meanwhile, the winless Browns are sick of losing.
Morning take: With a division rival at home, this game could be an upset candidate. If not, it could be another month before Cleveland gets its first win.