AFC North Offseason Goals

Every team has goals that they hope to accomplish in the upcoming season, but these goals are of the utmost importance in a division such as the AFC North. Failing to complete those ambitions could land you at the bottom of the division. Playing in a division this competitive does have its benefits, but staying at the top is nearly impossible. All four of these teams (Ravens, Browns, Steelers, Bengals) have lots to work on this season. Each has a decent chance to make the playoffs or improve from last year if the correct adjustments are made.

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Dark Horse NFL Offensive Stat Leaders

Lots of players have been significantly impacted by changes this offseason. This can result in lots of surprises happening during a season. Players can take leaps or can dramatically recline in terms of production, which means that basically anything can happen during the course of a year. Here are some players who have the chance to defy the odds to lead the NFL in their respective stat categories.

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Draft Takeaways: AFC West

This year’s NFL draft process and offseason have been extremely unique and interesting to see play out. Many teams in the AFC West have used this draft to try and compete with the Chiefs in the near future. While this is going to be very hard considering the Chief’s young core of superstars, many of these teams can be true playoff contenders in a possible wild card spot a few years down the line. This division is full of bright futures and soon it could become one o the harder divisions to win in in football.

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Trey Sermon Scouting Report

Trey Sermon, the transfer running back from Oklahoma to Ohio State, had a very underwhelming start to his graduate transfer season. He started the season playing behind Master Teague III and played relatively lackluster. Then he broke out against Michigan State, running for 112 yards. After the MSU game, Sermon continued to play at an elite level. He tore up the Northwestern and Clemson defenses on the Buckeyes’ attempt at a 9th National Championship. Although they did end up falling to Alabama in a game where Sermon carried the ball once and only totaled 2 yards before getting injured and missing the rest of the game

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