Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North:
After injuring his arm, Cincinnati Bengals rookie quarterback Andy Dalton is hopeful to return next week against the Denver Broncos.
Morning take: You never want to see a rookie get injured in his NFL debut. But the Bengals beat the Browns with backup Bruce Gradkowski and look prepared if Dalton can't return.
Meanwhile, the Browns' offense is dealing with its disappearing act down the stretch.
Morning take: I've said for months Cleveland's offense lacks game-breakers. Someone has to make a big play in the fourth quarter and no one stepped up.
Ravens defensive end Terrell Suggs (three sacks) was dominant against the Steelers.
Morning take: Suggs plays big in big games, especially against Pittsburgh. He is now the team's all-time sack leader with 70.5 career sacks.
Steelers linebacker James Farrior is disappointed after being subbed for backup Larry Foote.
Morning take: Farrior is a team leader and longtime starter. I didn't understand the switching of series in the first game. But Pittsburgh's defense is searching for answers.