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With three teams that could tunnel deep into the 2016 playoffs in the Cincinnati Bengals, Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens, the AFC North ranked No. 1 in Around The NFL's division power rankings. It's impressive that the strength of the trio can buoy the worst collection of talent in the Cleveland Browns.


Outside of Cleveland's millennium-long quest for a quarterback, the signal-caller situation is as stable and proven as any division. Ben Roethlisberger led the most explosive offense in the NFL last season and will get offensive line help and his superstar running back returning from injury. Andy Dalton enjoyed his best season in 2015 until a thumb injury wiped away a chance to get the playoff monkey off his back. Dalton will have an opportunity to demonstrate his improvement wasn't a fluke after he lost a load of pass-catching talent this offseason. Joe Flacco's return from an ACL injury is on schedule. After getting decimated by injuries on both sides of the ball, we expect a resurgence in Baltimore.


While the Browns are clearly in rebuild-mode, it wouldn't surprise if any of the other three teams represented the AFC in Super Bowl LI.

Edited by cravnravn
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