Daly Dose Sports Pro Football AFC North Preview

Next up is the AFC North. The Ravens want to get back to the Super Bowl. The Steelers and Bengals want to get back to the playoffs. The Browns want to go back to the 1950’s when they actually used to win.

AFC north

Team Predicted finish Outlook
AFC North

Baltimore Ravens

11-5 The Ravens lost offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak to the Denver Broncos, so they went out and hired the “quarterback whisperer” Marc Trestman. I’m not sure what he was whispering to Jay Cutler the past couple of seasons but it didn’t work.
Pittsburgh Steelers 9-7 The Steelers offense is going to have to carry a heavy load. Their defense allowed 253 yards passing per game in 2014 and now Dick LeBeau has departed. So new defensive coordinator Keith Butler has some big shoes to fill. And those shoes are like 137 years old.
Cincinnati Bengals 9-7 The Bengals have the talent. They have the weapons. They hail from a city that is starving for a winner. Of course they also have Andy Dalton. And that usually means that have a nice seat on the couch for the NFL playoffs.
Cleveland Browns 5-11 The good news is that Josh McCown might be better than Brian Hoyer was last year. The bad news is that McCown has no offensive weapons to work with and he still might be worse than Johnny Manziel.

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