AFC North Power Rankings: Post Week 2

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Sep 7, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis speaks with Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh after the game at M&T Bank Stadium. Cincinnati Bengals defeated Baltimore Ravens 23-16. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

The AFC North is historically one of the most competitive divisions in the NFL.  It features stingy defenses, powerful running games, and, often, cold, miserable weather.  With a total of 12 regular season match-ups between AFC North, though it’s only week two, we’ve already seen at quarter of those match-ups: Cincinnati at Baltimore, Pittsburgh at Baltimore, and Cleveland at Pittsburgh.  Divisional games are so important in deciding how each team will finish within the division and though we haven’t seen each team match-up just yet, we have gotten some insight into how each team stacks up against a divisional rival.  Because of this and because we’ve seen a couple weeks now, it seems appropriate to evaluate each against one another heading into week three.  Here’s the AFC North Power Rankings post-week two.

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