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AFC Divison Powerhouse (Edited 12/03/12 01:38AM by SusanVette)
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Which division from the AFC side of the NFL will be the strongest division for 2011 based on Defense, Quarterbacks, Continuity, Coaching and possibly records?  Your thoughts are welcomed.
| Closed on 12/03/12 at 02:00AM
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Team Breakout:
35 Fans 
40%a. AFC North
6%b. AFC South
51%c. AFC East
3%d. AFC West

  
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#1 | 1111 days ago

 It seems to be pretty scattered, with a couple strong teams in each division. I'm just thinking the Brownies might give the North 3 contenders, whereas the other divisions don't seem to have that 3rd capable team.
AFC North  
#2 | 1111 days ago

rockysnappyduke wrote:
 It seems to be pretty scattered, with a couple strong teams in each division. I'm just thinking the Brownies might give the North 3 contenders, whereas the other divisions don't seem to have that 3rd capable team.
 Right on point again!!  With the AFC south being a biased division with the Peyton Manning hurt, the Jags releasing David Garrard and the Titans relying on Chris Johnson, this will give the Texans an great opportunity 2 win the AFC south while the rest of the AFC south will be on Vacation when the playoff starts.  I believe the Browns will be the most improved team in the AFC if they can stay focus.  As for the AFC east, all they have are the Jets and the Pats and the pats doesn't move me at all...  I don't see new england as the super bowl favorites ever again.  I believe the steelers will go back to the super bowl and be the most balanced team in the league
AFC North  
#3 | 1111 days ago

 Steelers, Pats, Jets, Ravens all look solid to me. Do you think the Texans are good enough to compete with those 4? My sleeper in the AFC is the Chiefs, because I think they're strong enough to handle the West and maybe win a first-round playoff game even.
AFC North  
#4 | 1111 days ago

rockysnappyduke wrote:
 Steelers, Pats, Jets, Ravens all look solid to me. Do you think the Texans are good enough to compete with those 4? My sleeper in the AFC is the Chiefs, because I think they're strong enough to handle the West and maybe win a first-round playoff game even.
 Good question, The texans will be a step beneath these 4 teams being as though they are still a young team but I do see Houston being one of the teams that'll scare alot of teams in the league if they stay consistent in the future.  The chiefs could b a better team if they can beat the raiders and have defense.  I'm skeptical about Kansas City, my concern for Kansas City is can they beat the best teams like the Steelers, Pats n Jets which they have 2 face this year?  The AFC West overall is the weakest division in the AFC and Oakland is slowly building so I would not sleep on the raiders being as though I'm a raider fan.  As for the Steelers n Jets, they could be the most complete team and balanced team if they stay consistent.  The Ravens don't have enough offensive production in order 2 make the super bowl and history could repeat itself for Baltimore although they have a good defense.  As for the Pats, Chad Ochocinco better not become a distraction for the pats' organization if the pats want to win the big dance as well.  As far as the pats' defense I don't know if their defense will be strong enough to tame the other playoff contenders this year
AFC North  
#5 | 1109 days ago

RaiderSteeler15 wrote:
 Good question, The texans will be a step beneath these 4 teams being as though they are still a young team but I do see Houston being one of the teams that'll scare alot of teams in the league if they stay consistent in the future.  The chiefs could b a better team if they can beat the raiders and have defense.  I'm skeptical about Kansas City, my concern for Kansas City is can they beat the best teams like the Steelers, Pats n Jets which they have 2 face this year?  The AFC West overall is the weakest division in the AFC and Oakland is slowly building so I would not sleep on the raiders being as though I'm a raider fan.  As for the Steelers n Jets, they could be the most complete team and balanced team if they stay consistent.  The Ravens don't have enough offensive production in order 2 make the super bowl and history could repeat itself for Baltimore although they have a good defense.  As for the Pats, Chad Ochocinco better not become a distraction for the pats' organization if the pats want to win the big dance as well.  As far as the pats' defense I don't know if their defense will be strong enough to tame the other playoff contenders this year
 I heard on NFL Network that the Ravens made 2 key additions that could get them to the Big One, in deep threat Lee Evans and fullback Vonta Leach. And I just have a feeling that KC will be lighting up the scoreboard, with Charles, Bowe and McClusker doing the damage. I see one of those teams meeting the Pats in the AFC title game. New England has it all now - barring injuries to key players, I see them getting AT LEAST that far.
AFC North  
#6 | 1103 days ago

Browns suck...Ravens and Pats are the class of the AFC
AFC East  
#7 | 1082 days ago

The AFC East is the only division that has a real chance of getting three teams over .500 this year. The AFC North may get a third team at .500 or a possible two team tie for second / third at the .500 mark.
AFC East  
#8 | 759 days ago

rockysnappyduke wrote:
 It seems to be pretty scattered, with a couple strong teams in each division. I'm just thinking the Brownies might give the North 3 contenders, whereas the other divisions don't seem to have that 3rd capable team.
Uh, in AFC North, it's Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, and Baltimore
AFC East, it's New England, New York, and Buffalo (don't sleep on them now that they have a defense this year)
AFC West, you have KC, Oakland and Denver
AFC South, you have Houston, Tennesee
AFC North  

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