Steelers: AFC North Power Rankings


After week ten the rankings of the AFC North haven’t changed but the division may have slightly. The Bengals lost at home on Monday night to a supposedly much weaker Texans team. That Texans team is now tied for the lead in the AFC South.

Could that loss ending the Bengals undefeated record be signs of things to come? Andy Dalton had a pretty pedestrian game as he often does during prime time games, so while he is having a very good season, is that something that is going to last?

Is Dalton going to remain successful this year enough to guide his team to that elusive playoff victory? In two of his last three games (we are excluding the Browns game) Dalton has thrown for one touchdown and three interceptions. Does this first loss start a losing trend? They go into Arizona next Sunday night (again Dalton under the lights where the Bengals are 1-7 in their last eight) to face a strong team that is 3-1 at home this season. I personally have a feeling the end of their win streak may get into their heads.. (8-1). Previous: 1st. Cincinnati Bengals. 1. team. 56

55. Pittsburgh defeated the Browns with ease last Sunday in a game that they needed to win going into their bye week and a tough end to their schedule. The game was very exciting because <strong><a href=. (6-4). Previous: 2nd. Pittsburgh Steelers. 2. team

26. There is not too much to say about the Ravens, they are out of the playoff picture and have not been this bad since John Harbaugh became the coach of this team. As a Steelers fan I only hope they do not put up much of a fight when Pittsburgh goes to their stadium for a matchup on December 27th. It would be a nice late Christmas present to have an easy win in Baltimore.. (2-7). Previous: 3rd. Baltimore Ravens. 3. team

53. As bad as the Ravens are the Browns are much worse despite the similar record. Cleveland is at the bottom of the league in both offense and defense and may get first dibs on a new quarterback in the 2016 NFL draft if Manziel is not the quarterback of the future. They may as well get a long hard look at him for the remainder of this year.. (2-8). Previous: 4th. Cleveland Browns. 4. team