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BALTIMORE -- All four AFC North teams were unanimous selections in ESPN's experts picks this week, and only the Cleveland Browns were unhappy about it. The Cincinnati Bengals, Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers were all chosen to win by ESPN's panel, but the Browns were selected by everyone to lose.
The Ravens, who lead the AFC North with a 3-1 record, go against a banged-up Texans team that is without wide receiver Andre Johnson and linebacker Mario Williams. The Bengals (3-2) are looking to match last season's win total against the winless Colts (0-5). The Steelers play their fourth AFC South team in six weeks when they host the Jaguars (1-4), losers of four-straight games.
The Browns (2-2) are coming off their bye to face the inspired Raiders (3-2), who are playing their first home game since the death of owner Al Davis.
Here are some questions heading into Sunday's games:
BROWNS: How many carries will Peyton Hillis receive? The Browns running back has received more than 17 carries once this season.