2011 NFL Standings: A Look Ahead At Week 3 In The AFC North

With two weeks of football in the books, here's a quick look at the AFC North standings, and what the near future holds for its teams.

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All four teams in the AFC North are 1-1. Given what happened to the Steelers in Week 1 against the Ravens, this is a very good result for them. The Ravens lost their Week 2 matchup against the Titans. The Bengals and Browns have a win apiece, but are both irrelevant until they prove otherwise. 

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The Bengals host the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at 1:00, while Cleveland hosts the Miami Dolphins at the same time.

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The Ravens, meanwhile, travel to St. Louis to play the Rams in a 4:05 game. The Rams have been beaten by the Eagles and Giants so far, and have racked up the most rushing yards allowed in the league - expect Ray Rice to have a good time, and expect the Ravens to come out on top. The Steelers will need to keep pace, which shouldn't be too hard, since they play the Colts, who are without Peyton Manning, at 8:20 PM Sunday on NBC.

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For more on the Steelers, check out Behind The Steel Curtain.

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