AFC NORTH; AFTER TWO WEEKS…

Pittsburgh Steelers (2-0)

Everyone thought the Steelers were finished heading into the 2010 including myself, and now after two weeks they  have proved people wrong again. Starting 2-0 doesn’t make the team from Pittsburgh, a Super Bowl contender just yet,  but it has put them in first place after the first two weeks headed into Tampa Bay. The team is also on their fourth Quarterback, but has been able to survive thanks to there stout Defense.

Cincinnati Bengals (1-1)

The question of the year for the Bengals might be, which team is going to show up every week. The Bengals looked horrible against the Patriots in week one and then looked impressive in there home opener against the Ravens. I am interested in seeing how T.O and Ocho Cinco get along if this goes south.

Baltimore Ravens (1-1)

The Ravens Defense has played pretty good in the first two weeks of the NFL season. Joe Flacco made some mistakes against the Bengals that cost them the game. Baltimore needs Flacco to get back on track and can’t fall far behind whoever the Division leader is.

Cleveland Browns (0-2)

The Browns needed to start off 2-0 if they wanted any chance at winning the AFC North. The team lost both of games and are now very close to pushing the panic button. The team needs to get back on track and can get the fans excited if they can win the next two games against the Bengals and Ravens.

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One Response to “AFC NORTH; AFTER TWO WEEKS…”

  1. Denolakes says:

    No panic button in Cleveland, I should think; just more of the same. After two weeks, the one thing I have taken away from watching them is that they are soft (in that they lack intensity)and will find a way to die by self-inflicted wounds. All any team has to do is play roughly even (not very difficult to do by NFL standards)and hang around. Sometime, somewhere, this team will fumble, throw an interception or incur a drive killing (on offense) or drive extending (on defense) penalty in a crucial situation. I scan their schedule and do not see a Division win. I see maybe 2-3 games where they can be competitive, assuming they continue to play consistent with their first two games. They will score, but not enough to win anything. At least it is better than 6,7,8 TD-less games or whatever it was — our gift from last year. I don’t know when the coaching staff officially scraps this year (yet again)and looks towards next (again). I should think that the Daboll experiment is about ready to be put on the train. Statistically, they will end in the middle of the pack, but the stats won’t reflect the poor timing for their lack of execution or their inability to finish. Special teams will be anything but this year — as many teams team will not kick to Cribbs, it seems.

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