Cleveland Browns: Spoilers of the AFC North?

December 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Yes, the Cleveland Browns are in the playoff picture. Well, let me clarify that, the Browns may have a "say" in who takes the AFC North Division crown.

The Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers both have records of 10-4, and the tiebreaker goes to the Steelers, but each will face the Browns before the regular season closes.

Thursday night, the Steelers host the Carolina Panthers, and given the play of the Panthers, the Steelers should improve their record to 11-4. If the Ravens lose to the Browns on Sunday, Baltimore's hope for a division title is eliminated.

If Baltimore does defeat the Browns this Sunday, they improve to 11-4, and clinch a playoff spot. This would send the Ravens and Steelers into their final games with both possibly sitting at 11-4.

The final week will have the Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals playing in Baltimore, and the Browns hosting the Steelers.

A victory by the Bengals over the Ravens will end the drama—Pittsburgh ...

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