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steelerchad
10-14-2012, 08:26 PM
These 2 divisions look like they've swapped places.

The Ravens are a lucky 5-1. And now they have possible season ending injuries to Lewis and Webb. They've gotten the benefit of some calls against the Pats and today's BS clock management by the Cowboys. They're D has given up 200+ yards on the ground the last 2 weeks. They could easily limp home at 10-6.

The Bengals are pretenders again. At 3-3, they will be battling for a wildcard at best. 9-7 is pie in the sky for this bunch.

The Steelers, we've all seen what they have this year. 8-8, 10-6, 6-10, IDK? Flip a coin.

The Browns, doormats again, but dangerous in the division. They'll take their 4 wins and go home this year.

harrison'samonster
10-14-2012, 08:30 PM
kind of worried about the Browns this year. They looked pretty good in the second half against the Bengals today.

I've got to agree with you though, not much coming out of the AFC North this year.

Atlanta Dan
10-14-2012, 09:02 PM
Mediocrity rules

4 way tie for first (and last) in the AFC East at 3-3

Since the Pats were the favorites of many to go to the Super Bowl (hell - Pete Prisco said they were going undefeated) there are lots of disappointing teams in addition to the Steelers at the moment

And if Denver wins at San Diego tomorrow those 2 are tied for the AFC West lead at 3-3

After the carnage this weekend the new "win or else" game was not Thursday in Tennessee but next Sunday in Cincy

Steel_Bus_24
10-14-2012, 09:09 PM
we have 3 afc losses already that are going to really hamper our chances of winning any tiebreakers for a WC

We need to sweep and win our division

TRH
10-14-2012, 09:46 PM
These 2 divisions look like they've swapped places.

The Ravens are a lucky 5-1. And now they have possible season ending injuries to Lewis and Webb. They've gotten the benefit of some calls against the Pats and today's BS clock management by the Cowboys. They're D has given up 200+ yards on the ground the last 2 weeks. They could easily limp home at 10-6.

The Bengals are pretenders again. At 3-3, they will be battling for a wildcard at best. 9-7 is pie in the sky for this bunch.

The Steelers, we've all seen what they have this year. 8-8, 10-6, 6-10, IDK? Flip a coin.

The Browns, doormats again, but dangerous in the division. They'll take their 4 wins and go home this year.


almost every analyst on the NFL networks before the season started picked the Bengals to win the division, and most had us 3rd.
The Browns particular offense is the one i think can do the most damage to our poor defense.