It started out with a whimper for the AFC North teams, and it didn't get any better from there.
The NFL season kicked off last Thursday with Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos thumping the Baltimore Ravens by a score of 49-27.
Sunday was another dismal performance from teams in that division completing an 0-4 straight up and 0-3-1 against the spread week to open the season.
The Pittsburgh Steelers lost to the Tennessee Titans 16-9 Sunday and failed to cover as 6-point home faves.
The Cleveland Browns were beaten by the Miami Dolphins 23-10 and closed as 2.5-point home faves at some shops.
Only the Cincinnati Bengals losing by a field goal to the Chicago Bears 24-21, which finished as a push, kept the North from going 0-4 ATS.
Week 2 sees these squads matchup as the Ravens host the Browns in early action Sunday, while the Bengals host the Steelers Monday night.