Now for the AFC North:
Key Game- Week 17 at Cincinnati. I don't believe that the Steelers are going to take this division. I think they might put an early season scare to the Ravens and Bengals but they won't compete later in the season. That's why I chose week 17 as the biggest game of the year for the Ravens. This will probably decide who wins the decision and I think the Bengals take this game and the division. I have never been to much of Flacco fan. I think he is way to much of a check-down charlie. He doesn't have the skill set to be a top tier QB in the NFL. The Andy Dalton, AJ Green combination will continue to get better and will end up being the reason why the Bengals will take this division. With that being said, no team in this divsion will lose a home team divisional game, except for the Browns of course.
Overall record for the Ravens- 10-6
Key Game- Week 17 vs Ravens. Same thing as above. This game will be the biggest game of the season for both teams. Like I said before, Bengals take this game and take the division.
Overall record for the Bengals- 11-5
Key Game-Week 7 at Indianapolis. Well I honestly don't see a lot of potential out of this schedule. They got one of the toughest schedules in the league and this will be there best chance to win a game. The easiest two games they have is the Redskins and Colts. What if both RG3 and Luck come out gunning like Cam Newton did and really show they can live up to the hype? I think the Browns win this game because of there chemistry. The Colts have practically revamped the team and playing together might be hard.
Overall record for the Browns- 3-13 (They will lose to Oakland because it is a road game, but at home they would win it.)
Key Game- Week 15 at Dallas. I don't see Pittsburgh winning this division or taking wildcard but I do think they will still have a decent season. Mike Wallace will probably stay in Pittsburgh as well. I think if somehow the Steelers are able to fight for that division because everyone will beat up on each other in this division, this will be the game that they need to win.
Overall record for the Steelers- 8-8 (To many loses for that defense to be able to keep up this year)
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