AFC Power Rankings: OTA Edition

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Dec 11, 2011; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Houston Texans cornerback Johnathan Joseph (24) tackles Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (18) during the second half at Paul Brown Stadium. Houston defeated Cincinnati 20-19. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-US PRESSWIRE

 

5. Bengals- The sky is the limit for the Dalton-Green duo, but have to avoid the sophomore slump.

4. Broncos- Doesn’t matters who Manning has as a supporting cast, he’s going to turn them into all-pro’s.

3. Ravens- With Suggs out this changes this the scheme of the Baltimore defense. Rookie Courtney Upshaw will do his best to take his spot. And yes; Ray Finkle, I mean Billy Cundiff is still on the roster.

2. Texans- They have very little competition in their division, they must stay healthy if they want to win the AFC.

1. Patriots- The best offense in the league going defense, defense, defense in the draft? Uh-oh.

 

 

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  • robertethan1

    LOL, Gabbert was better than Dalton by the end of last season. Blaine is two years younger so the gap will get larger, not smaller. Gabbert is bigger, faster, smarter, and has a better arm. The only thing he didn’t have last season was A.J. Green. But this year he has Justin Blackmon which should be a bit help.

  • SeanOD

    @robertethan1 Definitely have to disagree on that one. Gabbert still hasn’t proven anything. Dalton put up the best rookie season in NFL history (20 TD’s, 13 int’s, 3,398 yds passing, 9-7 record, playoff birth). When Gabbert can do that, then you have an argument.

  • danpilar

     @robertethan1 Are you being serious? Dalton got to the playoffs and the pro bowl with a team that was projected to wins four games or less last season.