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Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North:
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis says his fourth-down stop of San Diego Chargers tailback Darren Sproles was one of the greatest plays of his career.
Morning take: It was definitely a signature play that should be added to Lewis’ career highlight reel. Just two weeks in, the Ravens are the only undefeated team standing in the AFC North.
Pittsburgh Steelers kicker Jeff Reed was embarrassed by missing two field goals in the fourth quarter of a 17-14 loss to the Chicago Bears.
Morning take: It’s rare for Reed to have a bad kicking day. But Sunday was definitely one of them.
Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Antwan Odom dominated the Green Bay Packers with a career-high five sacks.
Morning take: Odom did not live up to his large contract when the Bengals signed him as a free agent last year. But performances like that will quickly make up for lost time.
The Cleveland Browns have a lot of issues early in the season with an 0-2 start.
Morning take: Basically, Cleveland can’t score or stop anybody with any consistency. That’s not a good sign.