Polamalu, Woodley Hurt for the Steelers and More AFC North News
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu missed two games already with a strained calf, and he re-aggravated the injury in Sunday's win over the Philadelphia Eagles, coming out of the game in the first quarter.
He was soon joined by linebacker LaMarr Woodley with a hamstring injury, something that bothered him last season as well.
Ralph N. Paulk of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that the extent of the injuries are yet unknown, but all things considered, Woodley and Polamalu will likely sit out of Thursday's game against the Tennessee Titans. Injuries of this nature, combined with a short week, don't make their participation seem all that likely.
Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun has few kind words for the Baltimore Ravens' victory on Sunday over the Kansas City Chiefs. It wasn't an ugly win, no—it was a pitiful win.
James Reagan of Bleacher Report breaks down the Baltimore Ravens' biggest winners and losers from the Chiefs contest.
It seems like Cincinnati Bengals running back Bernard Scott's season may be over before it barely even started, with Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer reporting that Scott possibly tore his ACL in Sunday's loss to the Miami Dolphins.
Bleacher Report's Chris Roling provides a full player report card for the Bengals after falling to Miami.
Bill Livingston of the Cleveland Plain Dealer says that the Cleveland Browns and quarterback Brandon Weeden need a do-over after losing to the New York Giants on Sunday and falling to 0-5 on the season.
Chris Roling of Bleacher Report says that the reasons for the Browns' struggles this season should not be pinned on Brandon Weeden.
Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette grades the Pittsburgh Steelers on their win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Chris G. of Bleacher Report hands out the game ball to the Pittsburgh Steelers player who did the most to lead the team to victory on Sunday.
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