Posted by ESPN.com’s James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North:
Despite a 31-3 blowout to the Green Bay Packers, it appears the Cleveland Browns still aren’t ready to make a quarterback switch from Derek Anderson to Brady Quinn.
Morning take: Quinn may not see action again until after the bye week. The Browns likely won’t admit it, but Quinn’s 70-percent playing time incentive has factored into that decision.
In a 45-10 victory over the Chicago Bears, Cincinnati Bengals tailback Cedric Benson got revenge to the tune of 189 rushing yards against his former team.
Morning take: Benson definitely had an extra pep in his step Sunday. He finished off every run against the Bears to make a statement.
The Pittsburgh Steelers needed linebackers LaMarr Woodley and Keyaron Fox to score 14 points to take a 27-17 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.
Morning take: Sometimes when two very good teams play, it takes unexpected circumstances to determine the outcome. Two defensive touchdowns set the Steelers apart on this occasion.
Here is a look at the Baltimore Ravens’ schedule coming off the bye.
Morning take: The Ravens have to set the tone right away in a big game against the undefeated Denver Broncos (6-0). A win next Sunday for Baltimore (3-3) would provide a lot of momentum going into the second half of the season.