AFC North: Predicting the standings

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Dec 28, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh and Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine speaks after the game at M&T Bank Stadium. Baltimore Ravens defeated Cleveland Browns 20-10. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

So camp for many teams has started, so it’s time to make predictions. Is it a bit early, considering a preseason game hasn’t even been played yet? Yeah, but that’s just the nature of the sports talk business.

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This has always been a black and blue division – having a lot to with location. If you don’t have a defense and a good run game, good luck. When you start playing November and December games in this division, you better have those things going for you.

This is an extremely competitive division, and for years its been a coin toss between the Cincinnati Bengals, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Baltimore Ravens. That won’t change, sorry Cleveland Browns fans.

I know you guys don’t want to hear this, but what better game to watch than a good old Ravens/Steelers Sunday night game on NBC? Well, let’s stop beating around the bush and actually get this thing going. Without further ado, here is my prediction for how the AFC North shakes up in 2015.

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