Power Ranking AFC North Teams Following 2016 NFL Draft

By Jason Fletcher

The Cincinnati Bengals are coming off of their second AFC North title in the last three seasons, but there’s been a lot of changes this offseason. Hue Jackson left to take the head coaching job in Cleveland, Reggie Nelson signed with the Raiders, Marvin Jones went to Detroit and Mohamed Sanu left for Atlanta. Are the Bengals still the best team in the division? Find out with our AFC North Power Rankings.

Power Ranking AFC North Teams Following 2016 NFL Draft
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4. Cleveland Browns

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The Browns are quite possibly the worst team in football right now, but they're finally on the right track. Collecting picks and going through a full rebuild is the way to build a juggernaut down the road.

4. Cleveland Browns

The Browns are quite possibly the worst team in football right now, but they're finally on the right track. Collecting picks and going through a full rebuild is the way to build a juggernaut down the road.

3. Baltimore Ravens

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The Ravens had the best draft of any team in the division and they should be right there contending for a Wild Card spot this season. That being said, they're in a tough division and there's more to like about the Steelers and Bengals currently.

3. Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens had the best draft of any team in the division and they should be right there contending for a Wild Card spot this season. That being said, they're in a tough division and there's more to like about the Steelers and Bengals currently.

2. Cincinnati Bengals

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The Bengals had a very solid draft as they filled holes both at corner and wide receiver, but the amount of talent that they lost this offseason outweighs what they gained. They should fight for a Wild Card spot, but the Steelers win the division.

2. Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals had a very solid draft as they filled holes both at corner and wide receiver, but the amount of talent that they lost this offseason outweighs what they gained. They should fight for a Wild Card spot, but the Steelers win the division.

1. Pittsburgh Steelers

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The Steelers already possessed the best offense in the AFC, but the team desperately needed to address some holes on the defense. General manager Kevin Colbert did just that as the team used five of their seven selections on defense.

1. Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers already possessed the best offense in the AFC, but the team desperately needed to address some holes on the defense. General manager Kevin Colbert did just that as the team used five of their seven selections on defense.

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