The Bengals have a week to take a long look at their issues, and will sit out Sunday with a bye week. They will sit back and watch their three AFC North teams do battle, as the Steelers, Browns and Ravens all play on Sunday.
The Ravens, leaders in the division, play the Pats in a game that is being watched in betting circles and online sportsbooks. Right now the Ravens are slight underdogs with the game being played in New England, but remember the Ravens beat up the Pats last season in the playoffs, so it’s anyone’s game heading into Sunday.
On the other side, the Browns have major injury issues, and all signs are pointing to them starting Colt McCoy Sunday in Pittsburgh. The Steelers will be seeing blood in the water with McCoy and the Browns coming to town, and they are heavy favorites at 14 points. Last season the Browns beat the Steelers 13-6 in December, the first time they had beaten them in six years.
So this week while the Bengals try to figure out their issues, they will get a chance to see what the rest of the division does as well.
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