AFC North

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1. Baltimore Ravens

The franchise has been known more for their defensive prowess, but they could be one of the best offensive teams in recent memory.

2. Pittsburgh Steelers

With a healthy Ben Roethlisberger and a perhaps the best defense they’ve had under Mike Tomlin, this could be a banner year for them.

3. Cleveland Browns

Once again they’ve cleaned house in the front office and the coaching staff. The talent is still there, but will they fall on their faces again?

4. Cincinnati Bengals

The arrival of rookie QB Joe Burrow could finally have them shake off the nickname ‘The Bungals’ once and for all. Continue reading

Week 8 Review of the NFL

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Mid-Season Report

We have arrived at the halfway point of the NFL season. Here’s a brief rundown of who are contenders, outsiders and are planning for next season. Continue reading

AFC North

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1. Cleveland Browns

This is the year they finally overtake the rest of the division and finish on top.

2. Pittsburgh Steelers

It could have been worse for them last year, but this is a crucial year for them to turn that page.

3. Baltimore Ravens

Joe Flacco was traded and the reigns have been handed to Lamar Jackson.

4. Cincinnati Bengals

A change at the helm should have happened two years ago. Regardless, new head coach Zac Taylor has a lot of work to do. Continue reading

AFC North

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1. Pittsburgh Steelers

This could be the last ride with Roethlisberger, Bell and Brown all together on offense.

2. Cincinnati Bengals

A greater focus on running the ball and protecting Andy Dalton should get them back into contention.

3. Baltimore Ravens

The writing is on the wall for Joe Flacco. This will be his last chance to make something of his gigantic contract.

4. Cleveland Browns

Attitudes are changing for the better and that could lead to some surprising results. Continue reading