Around the AFC North: Steelers First in AFC

Three of the four AFC North teams improved their records in Week 8 as the Browns were the only team that lost their matchup (to a very good San Francisco 49ers team on the road). It looked like, at least for a while, that the Ravens would drop their second winnable game in a row though as they went into halftime trailing the Arizona Cardinals 24-6.

The Steelers still lead the AFC North with a 6-2 record after they defeated the New England Patriots on Sunday. The Bengals and Ravens are still very much in the hunt though as they both have 5-2 records and they each have a division win. 

Here's what's going on around the AFC North as we head into Week 9 of the 2011 season.

From Behind the Steel Curtain:

From Dawgs by Nature:

From Baltimore Beat Down:

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