The next 4 weeks for both the Ravens and the Steelers will go along way to being able to figure out who is going to have control of the AFC North going into their rematch in about 6 weeks in Baltimore. The Steelers next 4 games are at Miami,at New Orleans,at Cincinnati,and home to New England, while the Ravens next 4 games are home to Buffalo and Miami and then on the road at Atlanta and Carolina. Advantage definitely does favor the Ravens in this stretch of games. However, the Steelers after this stretch of games other then having to go to Baltimore only have 2 road games left going to Buffalo and going to Cleveland to close the year out. 5 of their last 8 games are at Heinz Field and playing both the Patriots and the Jets here at home as opposed to having to go on the road to face them will help the Steelers a great deal. So if I had to guess Im going to say the Ravens will probably have a better record then the Steelers heading into their rematch in December but it will be only by a game and as long as that stays like that the Steelers still have a chance to get back that win the Ravens got from them here in Pittsburgh by beating them in Baltimore in December. As long as the Steelers take care of business in Cincinnati in 3 weeks on Monday night they will enter their game with the Ravens with the exact same division record as the Ravens at 2-1 because the Ratbirds dont play another division game until they play the Steelers in December and then play the Browns and Bengals the last 2 weeks of the season. So as I said as long as the Steelers stay even with the Ravens or one game behind them in the loss column and as long as one of those losses isnt to Cincy the Steelers will be in excellent position to overtake the Ravens for the division and compete for the 1 and 2 seed with the Jets as well...