NFL schedule 2012, Week 13: Steelers-Ravens AFC North battle a weekend highlight

Jason Miller

The divisional battle will have much of the nation's attention in the late-Sunday-afternoon slot.

Aiming to close the gap in the AFC North division race as the season enters its final stretch, the Pittsburgh Steelers will take on the division-leading Baltimore Ravens in a Sunday afternoon showdown in Baltimore during Week 13.

The AFC North battle is among the weekend's highlights. The Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns will be across the country playing in late-afternoon games with two California teams, but the Steelers-Ravens game will likely have the attention of most of the country during the time slot.

Even if the Steelers can't catch the Ravens at the top of the AFC North, Pittsburgh will still need to play well down the stretch if they hope to get an AFC Wild Card berth.

Here are some key weekend games to keep an eye on:

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens, Dec. 2, 4:25 p.m. ET on CBS

Cincinnati Bengals vs. San Diego Chargers, Dec. 2, 4:25 p.m. ET on CBS

Cleveland Browns vs. Oakland Raiders, Dec. 2, 4:25 p.m. ET on CBS

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