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

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player. 55. <p>Ben Roethlisberger was very efficient in relief duty of Landry Jones on Sunday, completing 23 of 33 passes for 379 yards, three scores and a pick. It’s hard <em>not</em> to play that well as a quarterback when you have Antonio Brown and Martavis Bryant at your disposal. Those two combined for 217 yards and all three of Big Ben’s touchdown passes on 16 catches between them.</p> <p>Arguably the most intriguing matchup of Week 11 will take place at the home of the Seattle Seahawks, as they will play host to the Steelers in a rematch of Super Bowl XL (can you believe that game was ten years ago already?). Perhaps no team has been hit by the injury bug quite like the Steelers have at some very crucial positions; they deserve to be placed ahead of the slumping Broncos for enduring through the tough luck.</p>. AFC North. 6-4. Pittsburgh Steelers. 3

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