Friday, November 12, 2010
Morning take: Tom Brady owns the Steelers
By James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC North:
Morning take: Brady and the Patriots have always been a huge thorn in the side of Pittsburgh. With New England coming off a poor outing, this is a golden opportunity for the Steelers to break this trend.
- New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is 5-1 in his career against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Morning take: Palmer is expected to play against the Indianapolis Colts, but he's been banged up two straight weeks with shoulder and hip ailments. The offensive line needs to keep him upright.
- Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer missed his second day of practice with a sore right shoulder.
Morning take: I don't think any less about the Ravens than I did before the game. Baltimore is still a top team and put up a great effort in a tough environment but came up short.
Morning take: Delhomme is taking the right approach that's best for the team. McCoy has the hot hand and it will only help the rookie if everyone supports him.
- Cleveland Browns veteran Jake Delhomme said he won't be a distraction if rookie Colt McCoy remains the starting quarterback.