The Bengals had a disappointing season in 2010, partly due to injuries, finishing 4-12, 3-5 at home, and 1-7 on the road. Like the Browns, they lost seven games last season by a touchdown or less.
Posted in AFC North, Cincinnati Bengals, Divisional Previews |
Tagged A.J. Green, AFC North, Andre Caldwell, Andy Dalton, Bengals DST, Bernard Scott, Cedric Benson, Chad Ochocinco, Cincinnati Bengals, Divisional Previews 2011, Jermaine Gresham, Jerome Simpson, Jordan Shipley, Mike Nugent, Terrell Owens |
The Fantasy Greek is really excited for the Browns in 2011. After posting a 5-11record, 3-5 at home, and 2-6 on the road, the Browns arrow is definitely pointing up.
Posted in AFC North, Cleveland Browns, Divisional Previews |
Tagged AFC North, Benjamin Watson, Brian Robiskie, Browns DST, Cleveland Browns, Colt McCoy, Divisional Previews 2011, Greg Little, Josh Cribbs, Mohammed Massaquoi, Montario Hardesty, Peyton Hillis |
Last season, the Ravens played real well, finishing the season at 12-4 overall, 7-2 at home, and 5-3 on the road and missed going to the Super Bowl by losing to the division rival Steelers.
Posted in AFC North, Baltimore Ravens, Divisional Previews |
Tagged AFC North, Anquan Boldin, Baltimore Ravens, Billy Cundiff, Derrick Mason, Divisional Previews 2011, Joe Flacco, Ravens DST, Ray Rice, Todd Heap, Torrey Smith |
The Steelers finished 2010 with a 12-4 record, 5-3 at home but 7-1 on the road. Plus, the Steelers came close to another league championship, losing to the Packers in the Super Bowl.
Posted in AFC North, Divisional Previews, Pittsburgh Steelers |
Tagged AFC North, Ben Roethlisberger, Divisional Previews 2011, Emmanuel Sanders, Heath Miller, Hines Ward, Isaac Redman, Mike Wallace, Pittsburgh Steelers, Rashard Mendenhall, Shaun Suisham, Steelers DST |
In the past, The Fantasy Greek has described the AFC North as a division whose season ending rankings is often tough to predict because usually one of these teams surprises.
The Patriots finished 2011 with a record of 14-2, advanced to the playoffs but shocked their fans with their loss in the playoffs.
Posted in AFC East, Divisional Previews, New England Patriots |
Tagged Aaron Hernandez, AFC East, BenJarvis Green-Ellis, Danny Woodhead, Deion Branch, Divisional Previews 2011, Julian Edelman, New England Patriots, Patriots DST, Ron Gronkowski, Shane Vereen, Stephen Gostkowski, Stevan Ridley, Tom Brady, Wes Welker |
It’s been almost five months since the Packers brought home the BIG prize – a Super Bowl Championship! Since that time, we have been patiently awaiting the official word that the present
Last season, the Bills offense came alive as certain players broke out and put up some solid individual performances. But, the improvement the Bills experienced
Posted in AFC East, Buffalo Bills, Divisional Previews |
Tagged AFC East, Bills DST, Buffalo Bills, CJ Spiller, Divisional Previews 2011, Fred Jackson, Lee Evans, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Ryan Lindell, Steve Johnson |
This was a team that was falling into obscurity before Ronnie Brown’s big comeback and before Bill Parcels, Jeff Ireland, and Coach Sporano grabbed the reins of this team and
Posted in AFC East, Divisional Previews, Miami Dolphins |
Tagged AFC East, Brandon Marshall, Brian Hartline, Chad Henne, Chad Pennington, Dan Carpenter, Daniel Thomas, Davone Bess, Divisional Previews 2011, Miami Dolphins, Miami DST, Ricky WIlliams, Ronnie Brown |
Some expected the Jets to win this division last season. While the Jets did not win the AFC East, they still had a very good season finishing 11-5, finishing second in the division,
Posted in AFC East, Divisional Previews, New York Jets |
Tagged AFC East, Braylon Edwards, Divisional Previews 2011, Dustin Keller, Jericho Cotchery, Jets DST, LaDanian Tomlinson, Mark Sanchez, New York Jets, Nick Folk, Santonio Holmes, Shonn Greene |