Going into the 2014 NFL season, the New England Patriots were considered among the league’s best teams, with football prognosticators generally agreeing that the Pats were a lock to at least return to the AFC Championship game after breezing to another AFC East title. Show More Summary
Heading into their Week 4 bye, the Denver Broncos (2-1) look like one of the best teams in football and easily the best team in the AFC. The Cincinnati Bengals (3-0) certainly look like a force to be reckoned with, and the Indianapolis Colts, despite being only 1-2, look like AFC's third-best team. Show More Summary
Three weeks in and all those preseason predictions look worthless already. Sunday's NFL action left us wondering which teams are the AFC's best. In the NFC, the 3-0 Cardinals and Eagles are getting hard to overlook. The SB Nation NFL team tackles those questions and a pair of rookie quarterback debuts. 1. Show More Summary
The Cincinnati Bengals defeated the Tennessee Titans 33-7 in Week 3, giving the Bengals a franchise record 11 consecutive home wins in the regular season. While their defense is still strong, the Bengals have become creative on offense;...Show More Summary
Believe it or not, the Buffalo Bills currently have sole possession of first place in the AFC East. Sure, the season is only two games old. But the Bills shocked the NFL with a 23-20 overtime win against the Chicago Bears in Week 1 and...Show More Summary
Not only did the Bengals crush the Falcons on Sunday, but they did it without A.J. Green.
Selling us Welbeck is United's Van Pursestrings moment – a massive, MASSIVE mistake. #afc — Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) September 13, 2014 New season, same old problems for Arsenal. After dominating the opening exchanges against Man City in this Saturday’s high noon clash, Arsenal inevitably conceded the first goal of the game, after Flamini gave the […]
The Tennessee Titans will try to start their season 2-0 vs. the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. Are they the most underrated team in the NFL right now? Is their front seven among the best in the AFC? Who is a rising wide receiver that receives little hype? Watch as Adam Lefkoe goes in-depth with Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms in the video above. Show More Summary
The Denver Broncos are currently the undisputed best team in the AFC. Who is the second-best team in the AFC? Watch as Adam Lefkoe goes in-depth with Bleacher Report NFL Analysts Jonathan Vilma and Chris Simms in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
AFC East: 1. NE 2. MIA 3. NYJ 4. BUF Personnel Person Bill Belichick has finally given Coach Bill Belichick some talent to work with in the secondary, and if Revis stays healthy this will be the best Patriots defense in many a moon. The supporting cast of a declining Brady has been improved as […]
The last two AFC North division champs meet in one of the best Week 1 matchups of the NFL schedule. After losing the AFC North to the Cincinnati Bengals in 2013, the Baltimore Ravens seek retaliation as they host Marvin Lewis, Andy Dalton...Show More Summary
Two AFC North powers face off Sunday in a marquee season opener. Here's a look at what fantasy players are usable in the game. The Cincinnati Bengals won the AFC North in 2013, besting the back-to-back division champion Baltimore Ravens. Show More Summary
Can the Chargers win the AFC West? Absolutely. But there's also a scenario where the Broncos go 16-0. Meanwhile, the Chiefs will miss the playoffs and the Raiders will be the Raiders.
The Eye on Football Podcast previews the NFC West and AFC West from a best case/worst case standpoint and examines the Logan Mankins trade.
The Denver Broncos fell one game short of their goal last season, but general manager John Elway attacked the offseason as if his team wasn’t already the best team in the AFC. The offense wasn’t broke, but Elway decided to fix it anyway,...Show More Summary
We all know that Tom Brady and the Patriots are the favorites in the AFC East, but do the other three teams offer anything resembling real competition?
Expect the Ravens and Steelers to bounce back from 8-8 records, while the Bengals could return to the pack in the AFC North. The Browns, meanwhile, remain the Browns.
Four playoff teams hit the field with plenty of position battles brewing. Week 2 of the NFL preseason continues Sunday with two games featuring a few of the best teams in the game. The defending AFC champions will hit the field for their...Show More Summary
The Eye on Football Podcast previews the Jaguars-Bears Thursday night game as well as the AFC South and NFC North divisions in a "best case worst case" format.
What's the best case scenario and worst case scenario for each AFC South team in 2014? We examine.