Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC North:
Will Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco struggle again with the Pittsburgh Steelers?
Morning take: Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau usually takes Ochocinco out of games and allows other players to beat them. Ochocinco lost his cool as a result in their first meeting.
Steelers starting right tackle Flozell Adams says he expects to start against Cincinnati, despite an ankle sprain.
Morning take: Pittsburgh's offensive line could certainly use Adams. With Max Starks (neck) already on injured reserve, the Steelers are thin at tackle.
Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Chris Chester responds to claims that he made a "dirty" play against Steelers linebacker James Harrison.
Morning take: Chester says it was a mix up of calls and he went to block Harrison. Both sides had their say and now it's time to move on.
The Cleveland Browns are looking forward to the bad weather in Buffalo.
Morning take: The Browns are built to win ugly, and it could be that kind of game against the Bills. Look for Cleveland tailback Peyton Hillis to get plenty of carries.