AFC Power Rankings Week 13: Chiefs skyrocket, Pats fall to No. 2

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2-9. Cleveland Browns. 15. player. 53. <p>The Browns get slotted above the Titans because they were an unlucky play away from defeating their purple-clad divisional rivals last night. There’s no bad luck quite like the Browns bad luck.</p> <p>On the bright side, Marlon Moore scored his first touchdown wearing brown and veteran cornerback Tramon Williams notched his first interception wearing brown. The quarterback situation isn’t ideal, as the Browns clearly don’t want Johnny Manziel representing them on the field, but Josh McCown did his best Johnny Football impression when he kept the play alive to find Moore in the end zone. And Austin Davis overcome a rough start to finish seven of ten with a touchdown pass to Travis Benjamin.</p> <p>Like the Titans, it’s time for the Browns to start thinking about 2016, but the pieces are in place for this team to be good very soon. They’re more promising than the Titans, and that’s why they avoid residing in the cellar of the AFC this week.</p>. NFC North

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