Believe it or not, the Steelers have a shot at winning the AFC North this season. They would need a lot of help from other teams though. In the most plausible scenario, the Steelers would have to win out vs Chargers, @ Cowboys, vs Bengals, and vs Browns and the Ravens would have to lose at least two of their next 4 games @ Redskins, @ Broncos, vs Giants, and @ Bengals. This is easily obtainable as the Ravens don't match up well against RG3, Peyton Manning, and Eli Manning, while the Steelers play two teams (the Chargers and Cowboys) who are notorious for December meltdowns. They also routinely dominate the Bengals and Browns in late season games (seriously, am I the only one who thinks we play the Bengals and Browns in the last two games like every year?). I know I am assuming a lot here, but the odds are in the Steelers' favor to win (or at least make a serious push for) the AFC North this season after their upset win against the Ravens where they took over the 4th Quarter (scoring 10 unanswered points and possessing the ball for over 12 minutes).