Baltimore Ravens (9-4)
Concern: Getting Ray Rice the ball
The Ravens were aware this was their biggest concern when they fired Cam Cameron as offensive coordinator. Cameron will be replaced by Jim Caldwell.
With Cameron, Rice was prone to disappear from the game plan for lengthy stretches of time during games, despite the whole "being Baltimore's best offensive player" thing.
Giving the ball to Ray Rice more not only benefits Rice—it takes the ball out of Joe Flacco's hands, which benefits everyone.
Pittsburgh Steelers (7-6)
Left guard Willie Colon is likely out for the season, Troy Polamalu has been in and out of the lineup, the defense clearly misses cornerback Ike Taylor, and Ben Roethlisberger has to continue to be an injury concern playing behind the current offensive line.
A healthy Steelers team is a dangerous one to play, but we have yet to see a healthy Steelers team.
Cincinnati Bengals (7-6)
Concern: Whatever happened against the Cowboys
The Bengals came into the game against the Cowboys as one of the hottest teams in the league. Dallas was then able to hold them to one touchdown and four field goals.
A.J. Green only had three catches on eight targets, and the Bengals were only 4-of-11 on third downs.
The previous four weeks show Cincinnati is capable of much more than this and if they want to make the playoffs, they have to play like it.