Found January 02, 2012 on Post-Gazette:
CINCINNATI -- Standing in the raucous Ravens locker room, Dennis Pitta slipped the blue AFC North Champions cap onto his head and tugged it tight. "The hat fits great," the tight end decided. Not just great, but perfect. Baltimore finished a perfect run through the division, beating the Cincinnati Bengals, 24-16, for its third AFC North title behind Ray Rice's two long touchdown runs.
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