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AFC North Review Week 6: Browns Lose Alex Mack to Fractured Fibula, Annihilate Steelers

[caption id="attachment_31988" align="aligncenter" width="400" class=" "] Alex Mack may be lost for the entire 2014 season. (October 12, 2014 - Source: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images North America)[/caption]   Cleveland 31 Pittsburgh 10- The Cleveland Browns wiped out the Pittsburgh Steelers 38-10 in a must win game. Tight end Jordan Cameron had a star performance with 102 receiving yards and on touchdown. Brian Hoyer passed for 217 yards and one touchdown . The Browns trailed early
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NFL: AFC North Review Week 3: Steelers Pummel Panthers; Ravens Lose Dennis Pitta for Season

[caption id="attachment_31231" align="aligncenter" width="368" class=" "] LaGarrette Blount(Photo: Bob Leverone/AP./ Published: 09/22/2014 1:34:47)[/caption] Pittsburgh Steelers at Carolina Panthers- In this primetime game, the Steelers proved that they are still a feared force to be reckoned with in the AFC North. Pittsburgh utterly destroyed Carolina 37 to 13. Ben Roethlisberger threw for a not so stellar 196 yards. However, he threw two touchdowns. LaGarrette Blount provided put on a display of primetime
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Cleveland Browns: And now for the Positives

It's so easy to point fingers after starting the season 0-2 and scoring just 16 points. The Cleveland Browns as a whole lack depth and chemistry. However, let's find some positives amidst the dismal start. When the Browns drafted Barkevious Mingo with the sixth pick, few knew what type of impact the slender player would have. The Browns knew though. After missing the home opener with a bruised lung from
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Cleveland Browns: Scouting the Baltimore Ravens

With week one behind them, the Cleveland Browns look to go on the road to try to steal a division game against the favored Baltimore Ravens. After being outplayed and out-coached against the Miami Dolphins, the Browns need to head into this game with a clear and focused game plan. The Ravens, coming off their opening loss to the Broncos, must be peeved heading into Sunday. Here is what Baltimore brings to
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Baltimore Ravens: Top Five Fantasy Football Options

The “Top Five” is an ongoing article breaking down every NFL team’s top 5 best fantasy football options. Today's team: Baltimore Ravens 1- Ray Rice- RB With the off-season departure of Anquan Boldin and losing Dennis Pitta for the season (torn ACL). The Ravens seem to be once again prime to lean on their biggest playmaker Ray Rice this season. Arguably the best pass catching running back in the NFL, Rice
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Baltimore Ravens: Still Have Holes To Address

When the Baltimore Ravens enter the start of 2013 NFL regular season, they’ll be attempting to become just ninth team to repeat as Super Bowl champions. In an offseason where the Ravens have had to replace nine starters, the team has plenty of work to do before it can once again be considered a championship contender. The Ravens traded away WR Anquan Boldin (49ers), lost FS Ed Reed (Texans), SS
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The Inscriber : Digital Magazine Super Bowl XLVII Prediction

NEW ORLEANS – With the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers set to kick off Super Bowl XLVII in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome at 6:30 (EST) tonight, it is time to finally get down to business and watch the game itself. Going into the game, there have been multiple storylines ranging from Ray Lewis’ “last ride”, Joe Flacco’s status amongst the proverbial QB totem poll to the Randy-Moss-Jerry Rice “greatest WR”