Here are the most interesting stories Saturday in the AFC North:
According to Cleveland Browns defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, he will beat his brother, Rex Ryan, and the New York Jets Sunday.
Morning take: Cleveland is playing well, so this should be a good game. The Browns (3-5) have a chance to get one-step closer to .500.
Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Hines Ward says the team won't look ahead after a 6-2 start.
Morning take: Pittsburgh was 6-2 last year and crumbled to a 9-7 finish. Barring injuries, this year's team won't do the same.
Atlanta Falcons receiver Roddy White admits he "pushed down" Baltimore Ravens cornerback Josh Wilson for Thursday's game-winning touchdown.
Morning take: The Ravens got the short end but it's time to move on. I don't like to get too deep into officiating in the AFC North blog.
Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco was fined $20,000 for wearing gold cleats.
Morning take: Ochocinco thought the cleats would change his fortune, but it turned out he had his worst game (one catch, 15 yards) of the season. Not only that, he's out of $20,000.