AFC Power Rankings Week 12: Chargers hit rock bottom

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player. 53. <p>Due to the disaster unfolding in San Diego, the Browns are no longer residing in the cellar of the AFC. And who knows, maybe a three game home stand will get these brownies off their feet. The undermanned Baltimore Ravens surely don’t present an insurmountable threat next week, the Cincinnati Bengals are familiar divisional foes and the San Francisco 49ers are a complete and utter mess.</p> <p>This isn’t to say that the Browns are going to be 5-8 in early December, but look for them to put a few tallies in the win column. What plagues this team the most is the double whammy of terrible rushing offense and rushing defense. The Browns rank dead-last averaging 3.3 yards per carry, and they are tied for 27<sup>th</sup> allowing 4.6 yards per rush. No one surrenders more rushing yards per game than Cleveland’s 138.8.</p>. NFC North. 2-8. Cleveland Browns. 15

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