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NFL Scouts Talk Anonymously About AFC North Teams

Scouts discuss the Bengals, Browns, Ravens and Steelers
NFL Scouts Talk Anonymously About AFC North Teams

Cincinnati won the AFC North for the second time in three years last season, but lost in the Wild Card Round for the fifth straight season. The Bengals will try once again to get over that hump this season, but will face a stiff test from the Steelers and Ravens, which are hoping for better health after stumbling to 5-11 in 2015.

Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals Preview and Prediction

The Ravens try to ruin Marvin Lewis and the Bengals' last chance at a playoff bye
Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals Preview and Prediction

The Cincinnati Bengals suffered a tough defeat against the Broncos in overtime on Monday night, knocking them from the coveted second seed in the AFC for the time being. The Bengals could still get the second seed back, but it will take a win against the Baltimore Ravens and a loss by the Broncos to the Chargers.

 

Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns Preview and Prediction

AFC North rivals square off to wrap up Week 12.
Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns Preview and Prediction

There has been plenty to discuss in regard to the Baltimore Ravens (3-7) and Cleveland Browns (2-8) in the past week. Unfortunately, Monday night’s prime time matchup between these two teams has not been at the forefront of that discussion.

 

AFC North Players That Will Need to Step Up in 2015

Here is a look at players on each AFC North team that need to have a bigger impact on the field this season
AFC North Players That Will Need to Step Up in 2015

The AFC North was arguably the most competitive division in football last season, and it has been that way for the past several years. Cleveland was the only team that didn’t make the playoffs, while Cincinnati and Baltimore took wild card sports with 10 wins apiece. Pittsburgh edged out their rivals with 11 wins to take the division title.

Why Breshad Perriman and Maxx Williams are Key to the Baltimore Ravens in 2015

Baltimore used their first two draft picks on offensive players in hopes to replace key departures from last season.
Why Breshad Perriman and Maxx Williams are Key to the Baltimore Ravens in 2015

For the first time since 2008, the Baltimore Ravens used their first two picks in the NFL Draft to select offensive players. In the first round, they took speedy wide receiver Breshad Perriman, who looks to fill in for Torrey Smith. With their next pick, the Ravens selected Maxx Williams, the first tight end drafted, who many considered to be the best in this year’s rookie class.

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For the NFL to Grow, Its Leaders Must Grow Up

In trying times we must ask, "What does the shield stand for anymore?"
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In light of Ray Rice’s recent two-game suspension for his part in an altercation that ended with the decorated Baltimore Raven carelessly dragging his unconscious then-fiancée - now wife – Janay Palmer out of a New Jersey casino elevator, the NFL has been taking some well deserved heat from reporters and journalists all over the nation.

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