AFC Power Rankings Week 11: Bengals stay at No. 2 despite loss (MNF update)

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Week 10 of the 2015 NFL season has come and gone. Since the AFC was well-represented in Monday Night Football, we’ve updated the Week 11 AFC power rankings accordingly. Enjoy:

2-8. Cleveland Browns. 16. player. 53. <p>Johnny Manziel is playing more than halfway decently right now for the Browns, but he’s not getting much help from the rest of his teammates, and it’s costing the Browns every week. Not only did Manziel sling the ball for over 300 yards, but he also led the team in rushing yards (17). To put that in perspective, Browns running backs combined for a whopping five yards on 10 carries.</p> <p>At this point, the Browns need to close ranks and set a reasonable goal for the remaining six games of 2015. They have a three-game home stand coming up with games against the Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals and San Francisco 49ers. The Ravens and 49ers games are certainly within reach of victory, and winning those would lift the Browns out of the bottommost slot of these AFC power rankings.</p>. NFC North

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