The AFC: Ranking The Conference's Six Playoff Teams

By Brandon Houser
December 25, 2012 10:31 pm
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As the season comes to an end, all AFC teams are playing for are playoff and draft positioning. With all six playoff teams set, all that is left to decide is what seed teams will have and who will have home field advantage.

With the Texans coming of a loss to the Vikings in week 16, the door has swung open for the Broncos and the Patriots to stake their claim at playing at home until the Super Bowl. The Baltimore Ravens will have at least one home game they will have to go on the road along with the Cincinnati Bengals and the Indianapolis Colts if they plan on making the trip to New Orleans. 

All six teams have shown all season that they can step up and play to their opponents levels. Take a look at how I rank all six AFC teams heading into January.

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2 years ago
Great Article. I think it will come down to New England and Denver but please don't sleep on Baltimore. Flacco has the most playoff wins since he been in the NFL.
2 years ago

I think Flacco jinxed himself when he said he was the best quarterback in football
2 years ago
I'd be more worried about Cincinnati's offense collapsing then their defense which has been stout since week 9. They need to figure out how to get the other WRs on the roster besides AJ Green open. Also Dalton needs to be consistent and not force his throws.
2 years ago

I don't see any team beating Denver or New England, but the Bengals have what it takes to beat the Ravens, Colts, and Texans.

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