Monday, November 15, 2010
Morning take: AFC North goes 0-4
By James Walker
Here are the most interesting stories after a winless Week 10 in the AFC North:
Morning take: Jets receiver Santonio Holmes took a routine slant and made a big play by racing 37 yards for the score. That's on cornerback Eric Wright and rookie safety T.J. Ward to stop the touchdown.
- The Cleveland Browns were heartbroken after a busted coverage led to an overtime loss to the New York Jets.
Morning take: Both put up solid numbers but Brady did it when it mattered in the first three quarters. Roethlisberger threw all three of his touchdowns in the fourth quarter while the game was already out of reach.
- New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady out-duels Pittsburgh Steelers counterpart Ben Roethlisberger in a 39-26 victory.
Morning take: After six consecutive losses, everyone is at fault in this season-long debacle.
- There is plenty of fault to go around for the Cincinnati Bengals (2-7) after they committed five turnovers in a loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
Morning take: The Ravens played well against Atlanta but suffered the same result as the other three division teams. No one in the AFC North should be happy this week.