AFC North standings: Steelers head into enemy territory with their Week 11 matchup

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Cleveland pulled off an upset and remains in the hunt for the division

After they lost at home at the hands of the Ravens roughly a month ago, the Browns went into a hostile territory without much hope. Many thought the game would get out of hand, and it seemed like it was going that way at certain points. Despite a strong first half, Cleveland trailed the Ravens. It would take a lot for them to get back into it.

Deshaun Watson got banged up again, but Cleveland found a way to shock Baltimore and win the game with a field goal. That was a huge win for the Browns in a revenge game to keep their name in the standings. They will have another opportunity to avenge a division loss from earlier this season as they host the Pittsburgh Steelers.

It seems like Watson could miss this game, but Cleveland has not been scared to start P.J. Walker this year. He might have been the more effective starter at quarterback for the team. This game will come down to which defense causes more turnovers. Both will have to find ways to set up their respective offenses with chances to score.

Every week seems like another time when the Steelers luck their way to victory. It is a bizarre phenomenon. The browns almost overcame the odds the last time these two played, and they should be able to push this Steelers team to their limits again. It'll be a tough AFC North battle as these two try and jostle for positioning in the standings.