Prior to the beginning of the NFL Week Six match up, the AFC North looked different than it had in years. The Cincinnati Bengals were sitting atop at 4-1, winning one game against each of the divisional rivals.á The Baltimore Ravens were in second, after losing to those Bengals last week. The defending Champion Pittsburgh Steelers were in third place, after losing back to back games in weeks two and three.á The Browns, well, they are the Browns. In the basement, as usual. But, what a difference a day makes. In Cincinnati, the Bengals looked to improve to 5-1, against a Texans team that most people believed were over matched. Antwan Odom, the Bengals Super Star defensive end, has been lost for the year. That could do damage to the defense while the offense does not look as sharp as it has ...
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