The Baltimore Ravens are 6-2 -- and appear to be completely vulnerable.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are 5-3, graying and flawed but winners of three straight after being left for dead.
The state of Ohio has two AFC North teams, too.
All four except the Browns are now at the midway point of their respective 2012 seasons, and after this weekend all will have played nine games. The Ravens have overcome a bunch of injuries and some uncharacteristically bad defense to stay atop the division by a game. The Steelers are looking to make it four straight with a Monday-nighter vs. the Chiefs ahead of their first game with Baltimore.
The Bengals haven't won since September. Among their four-straight losses heading into this Sunday's game with the Giants is one to the Browns, who stand 2-7 after letting the Ravens come back last week to post a win with the most misleading final score of the season, 25-15.
The Browns are rarely boring.
BIG GAMES AHEAD
The Steelers host the Ravens in a Sunday Night F...