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Complete Week 5 AFC North Schedule, Breakdown and Injury Report

Despite the Pittsburgh Steelers not playing this NFL Sunday, the rest of the AFC North will be playing. Take a look at the schedule, as well as a complete breakdown and injury report for each game.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are still on their abbreviated bye week of playing on a Thursday night, and then having another prime time game on Monday night the following week. However, the rest of the AFC North is active in Week 5. Take a look at the schedule, breakdown and injury report.

Cleveland Browns (1-3) at Baltimore Ravens (1-3)

It seems strange for the Ravens to be in a discussion as the worst team in the division, but that is the exact situation the team finds itself in entering Week 5. The Ravens are coming off a huge overtime victory over the Steelers in Week 4, while the Browns are coming off a deflating loss to the San Diego Chargers which saw them nearly win the game if it weren't for a defensive offsides on a last second field goal which gave the Chargers another kick, and handed the Browns their 3rd loss.

This game will be played at M&T Bank stadium in Baltimore, MD, and despite conventional thought the Ravens will beat the Browns easily, Cleveland typically plays the Ravens tough. Expect this game to be closer than most think.

Injury Report:


Canty, Chris DL Calf - Out
Gillmore, Crockett TE Calf - Out
McClellan, Albert LB Abdomen - Probable
Monroe, Eugene T Concussion - Probable
Perriman, Breshad WR Knee - Out
Smith, Daryl LB Probable
Smith Sr., Steve WR Back - Doubtful
Taliaferro, Lorenzo RB Foot - Probable
Yanda, Marshal G/T Ankle - Probable


ILB Craig Robertson (ankle) OUT
S Tashaun Gipson (ankle) OUT
RB Shaun Draughn (back) DOUBTFUL
RB Robert Turbin (ankle) QUESTIONABLE
WR Brian Hartline (ribs/thigh) QUESTIONABLE
DE Desmond Bryant (shoulder) QUESTIONABLE
OLB Scott Solomon (ankle) QUESTIONABLE
ILB Karlos Dansby (ankle) QUESTIONABLE
CB Joe Haden (ribs & finger) QUESTIONABLE
QB Johnny Manziel (right elbow) PROBABLE
RB Duke Johnson (ankle) PROBABLE
OT Mitchell Schwartz (thumb) PROBABLE
CB K'Waun Williams (concussion) PROBABLE
CB Johnson Bademosi (elbow) PROBABLE
SS Donte Whitner (illness) PROBABLE

Cincinnati Bengals (4-0) vs. Seattle Seahawks (2-2)

The Bengals are a perfect 4-0, and many will believe this is the toughest test for Cincinnati this season. Despite the Seahawks not looking like themselves to date, they have been a formidable opponent throughout their first four games of 2015. The Bengals will host the Seahawks in a big game in terms of standings in the division. If the Bengals can defeat Seattle, they will distance themselves even further from the Pittsburgh Steelers (2-2) who play on Monday night, as well as the winner of the Browns and Ravens game with both teams entering as 1-3.

Injury Report:

Cincinnati Bengals:

Adam Jones CB Groin - Probable
Reggie Nelson S Hamstring - Probable
Andrew Whitworth T -- Did Not Participate In Practice --
Jeremy Hill RB Knee - Probable
Wallace Gilberry DE Calf - Questionable
George Iloka S Ankle - Questionable
Leon Hall CB -- Limited Participation in Practice --

Seattle Seahawks:

Marshawn Lynch RB Hamstring - Out
Demarcus Dobbs DE Shoulder - Doubtful
Tye Smith CB Hip - Doubtful
Tharold Simon CB Toe - Out
Marcus Burley DB Hand - Out
Fred Jackson RB Ankle - Questionable
Kevin Pierre-Louis LB Hamstring - Doubtful
Brandon Mebane DT Groin - Probable
Ricardo Lockette WR Shortness of Breath - Probable
Steven Terrell FS Hip - Probable