The Steelers loss in Houston dropped their record to .500, joining fellow AFC North rivals Cleveland and Cincinnati, who were both in action this afternoon.
The Browns were blown out at home by the Tennessee Titans, 31-13. Matt Hasselbeck lit up the Browns secondary in the first half, throwing three touchdown passes before the Titans went to the ground game to spin the clock in the 2nd half. A 97 yard interception return by Jordan Babineaux on a Colt McCoy pass as the Browns were going in extended the lead to 31-6 and ended the game before the fourth quarter had even started.
In Cincinnati, Mike Nugent hit a 43 yard field goal as time expired to give the Bengals a 23-20 win over the previously undefeated Bills. Andy Dalton threw for 300 yards while Cedric Benson added a 100 yard rushing day. The Bengals also join the Browns and Steelers at 2-2, with all three teams showing significant flaws in the first quarter of the 2011 season.
The Ravens host the Jets tonight on Sunday night football, looking to improve their record to 3-1 and take the division lead.