CINCINNATI -- Happy game day to everyone in the AFC North blog family. I'm here to cover Sunday night's game between the Pittsburgh Steelers (2-3) and Cincinnati Bengals (3-3), two teams who thought they would have a few more wins at this point in the season.
A key statistic to remember for this game is third downs, where the Steelers' offense rank first in conversion and the Bengals are last. The Steelers are the only team this season converting more than half of their third down opportunities (51.9 percent). The Bengals are one of three teams under 30 percent (27 percent).
Before I head down to Paul Brown Stadium, I will provide wrap-ups to the other two AFC North games that begin at 1 p.m. ET. The Baltimore Ravens (5-1) play at the Houston Texans (5-1) in a game between the only two teams with winning records in the AFC, and the Cleveland Browns (1-5) look to end a 10-game road losing streak when they play at the Indianapolis Colts (2-3).
Have a good Sunday.