AFC Wild Card race begins; Browns top AFC North alone 1st time since 1995

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If the playoffs were to begin tomorrow, the Pittsburgh Squeelers and Baltimore Ratbirds would be the first two teams out.

Where does your favorite team currently stand in the AFC Wild Card race?

The AFC Wild Card picture can be seen below with division leaders in the top 4 spots:

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1. New England Patriots (7-2)
2. Denver Broncos (7-2)
3. Indianapolis Colts (6-3)
4. Cleveland Browns (6-3)

5. Kansas City Chiefs (6-3)
6. Cincinnati Ben-gals (5-3-1)

8. Pittsburgh Squeelers (6-4)
9. Baltimore Ravtbirds (6-4)
10. San Diego Chargers (5-4)
11. Buffalo Bills (5-4)
12. Miami Dolphins (5-4)
13. Houston Texans (4-5)

Thanks to the lowly Jets for getting off the schnide and torching the Squeelers for 4 turnovers and 2 FGs, with a worthless TD thrown in garbage time with no difference making for the outcome. Motor mouth Antonio Brown muffed two fumbles and didn’t have any hand slapping to do with his fellow pot smoking running backs now, did he?

1st Update 8:27AM ET:

In the words of Ravens coach John Harbaugh, whose postgame locker room comments were “mistakenly” aired by CBS, the Steelers “got their a**** kicked this week.”  The Jets forced four turnovers and never let up. In Pittsburgh, they’re blaming it on the Beaver — pop star Justin Bieber — who attended the Steelers’ Bible study Saturday night. Nice to know all the excuses they can make in the land of pee-stained towels. Guess it’s part of Tomlin’s “take ownership” and “accountable” philosophies….NOT!

 

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