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Cincinnati’s Potential Path to the AFC North’s top Offense

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BALTIMORE, MD - DECEMBER 31: Quarterback Andy Dalton #14 of the Cincinnati Bengals walks off the field with guard Christian Westerman #63 and center Russell Bodine #61 against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on December 31, 2017 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
BALTIMORE, MD - DECEMBER 31: Quarterback Andy Dalton #14 of the Cincinnati Bengals walks off the field with guard Christian Westerman #63 and center Russell Bodine #61 against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on December 31, 2017 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images) /
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Between Baltimore switching fully to Lamar Jackson, Cleveland being unable to sustain consistent success, and Pittsburgh on the verge of total collapse, there is no better time for the Bengals offense to be the top in the division.

The AFC North has been dominated by the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers for the past two decades. At long last, it seems as though those reigns are ready to come to an end, and the division seems up for grabs.

A clear sign of the mayhem the division has gone through in the past season is the fact that the Cleveland Browns have emerged as favorites to capture the division crown. If you want evidence of the whirlwind of change in the past season,  the Browns being early favorites appear to be a clear sign. Combine that with Baltimore trading away Joe Flacco in favor of Lamar Jackson, and Pittsburgh losing both Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell, and the division seems up for grabs.

With a new offensive-minded head coach in Cincinnati, along with the return of Dalton, Green, and a top 15 pick in the draft, as well as having the eighth most cap space in the league, Cincinnati seems in prime position to have one of the best, if not THE best offense in the entire division. With that being said, let’s compare the offenses of each of the AFC teams to that of the Cincinnati Bengals.

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