While the Browns rose in the standings the Bengals fell back.
Cincinnati lost 26 to 23 in overtime to the San Francisco 49ers.
The Bengals trailed 20 to 6 in the third quarter and then sent the game into overtime.
With a seven and six record the Bengals are now third in the standings.
Here’s a look at the new rankings in the very competitive AFC North.
The Ravens still hold on to first place with the best record at 8 and 5.
The Browns sit in second place.
The Bengals in third.
Both teams have a 7 and 6 record.
The Steelers fell to last place at 6, 6, and 1.