Cameron Firing Proves Ravens Are Panicked and More AFC North News

Andrea HangstFeatured Columnist IVDecember 11, 2012

The Baltimore Sun's Kevin Cowherd says there's only one way to read the Baltimore Ravens' Monday firing of offensive coordinator Cam Cameron—that it's the move of a panicked, desperate team.

With nine wins to their name and a playoff spot nearly in their grasp, Cowherd wonders why the Ravens chose to make this particular move at this particular time and notes how it doesn't seem to fall in line with the franchise's philosophy.


Baltimore Ravens

Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun breaks down what to expect out of the Baltimore Ravens offense with Jim Caldwell as offensive coordinator.

Bleacher Report's Mike Fast details every potential playoff matchup the Ravens could face next month.


Cincinnati Bengals

Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer hands out grades to the Cincinnati Bengals following their Week 14 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

Alex Peterman of Bleacher Report says the Bengals' loss to the Cowboys is a momentum-killer.


Cleveland Browns

Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that the Cleveland Browns are preparing for both Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins when they face the Washington Redskins on Sunday. Griffin has an LCL sprain but says that he plans on playing.

Bleacher Report's Todd Edwards breaks down three things that must change for the Browns next season.


Pittsburgh Steelers

Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has come to this conclusion about the Pittsburgh Steelers this year: They can both beat the league's best teams and lose to the worst.

Nick DeWitt of Bleacher Report presents the unsung heroes of the Steelers' 2012 season.