AFC North Preview in order of finish
Cincinnati Bengals (win total 9)
Marvin Lewis has done a nice job turning around the once laughingstock of the NFL. However, he has 0 playoff wins in 11 years. Another early exit should mean an exit of this coach. The Bengals believe in the red rifle as they rewarded him with a new deal. The season comes down to the arm of Andy Dalton (scary to put season on a ginger) and how the defense regroups under new coordinator Paul Guenther with Mike Zimmer leaving to coach Minnesota.
Pittsburgh Steelers (win total 8.5)
A slow start last year and injuries ruined the chances of the Steelers making any noise in 2013. As the norm, the Steelers had a good draft and should have guys ready to contribute immediately. New weapons and a healthy Maurkice Pouncey should be a welcome sight to Big Ben. The defense will depend on the health and if they can stay healthy this team could make a run at the division.
Baltimore Ravens (win total 8.5)
From a murderer to woman beater, the Ravens just surround themselves with pure class guys. I hate this team and cant give an objective opinion. Ill stop now before I vomit on my Ipad. Stay classy Ray Rice
Cleveland Browns (win total 6.5)
The wagon offense will be hard to watch until Johnny Cleveland gets under center. The defense should be very good with the talent they have returning and one of the top defensive minds Mike Pettine taking over head coaching responsibilities. Unfortunately, even with Johnny Cleveland the offense will struggle without Josh Gordon and with Joe Banner making personnel decisions. Until Banner is gone, the wagon will need the defense to score and win games 9-7.