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Offensive stability could go long way in deciding AFC North

Offensive stability could go long way in deciding AFC North

Three of the four AFC North teams finished the 2014 season within the top half of the league in both points and yards per game. And if the offseason activity in the division is any indication, the AFC North should once again feature three pretty good offenses. In a league where change is customary, two of the division’s top teams -- the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals -- will bring back virtually the same starting offense that they featured last season. Much has been made about the Ravens’ loss of offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, wide receiver Torrey Smith and tight end Owen Daniels, but the team gets nine of its 11 offensive starters back, which is...

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