Todd Haley Pulling for a Big Steelers Win and More AFC North News

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Todd Haley Pulling for a Big Steelers Win and More AFC North News

On Monday, the Pittsburgh Steelers host the Kansas City Chiefs, the team that current Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley coached for last season. According to Will Brinson of CBS Sports, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger says that Haley wants to win this game badly.

There's bad blood between Haley and the Chiefs. He was fired midseason last year, taking the blame for the Chiefs' failings instead of general manager Scott Pioli

Baltimore Ravens

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Ray Rice is happy about getting 25 carries last week.

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice says that he's happy his team chose to stick with the run in its Week 9 win over the Cleveland Browns, reports Edward Lee of the Baltimore Sun. Rice had 25 carries in that game, his season high to this point.

Josh Zerkle and others around Bleacher Report give their previews and predictions for the Ravens' upcoming contest against the Oakland Raiders.

Cincinnati Bengals

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It should be a big game this week for A.J. Green, whether the Bengals win or lose.

Kevin Kelly of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports that Cincinnati Bengals left tackle Andre Whitworth says there's too much finger-pointing going on in the locker room when what the team needs is a win. Kelly also updates the situation at center; both Jeff Faine and Trevor Robinson have hamstring injuries, and Clint Boling has been taking snaps at the position in practice this week.

Aaron Nagler and the Bleacher Report NFL team break down whether Bengals receiver A.J. Green can exploit the New York Giants' struggling secondary this week.

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Greg Little: Reliable?

Cleveland Browns

After a bad start to his season, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little has finally found his rhythm and become a more reliable player, writes Tom Reed of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Bleacher Report's David Webber presents the five areas in which the Browns have been showing signs of improvement.

Pittsburgh Steelers

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The Steelers could rely on both Jonathan Dwyer and Isaac Redman to run the ball in the second half of the season.

Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette says that if both Jonathan Dwyer and Isaac Redman are healthy, the Pittsburgh Steelers could rely on both backs—and possibly at the same time. The team has been experimenting with the split backfield in practice.

Darin Pike of Bleacher Report calls for a big game out of Steelers running back Jonathan Dwyer this week, boding well for those who choose to start him on their fantasy rosters.

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