AFC Power Rankings Week 16: Chiefs rise to No. 2

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53. <p>Here’s a telling stat for you: yesterday, the Browns surrendered more rushing yards (182) than they gained through the air via Johnny Manziel’s right arm (161). That is backwards, simply and plainly, and sheds a ton of light on the current state of Mike Pettine’s team.</p> <p>Things were off to a good start against the two-time defending NFC champs when Gary Barnidge hauled in his ninth touchdown of the season in the first quarter. But the Browns’ early seven point lead didn’t last; everything went downhill from there in Week 15.</p> <p>It’s more likely than not that the Browns will finish their disastrous 2015 campaign with a 3-13 record, as no one in their right mind would predict a Browns victory in Arrowhead next week or against the Steelers in the season finale.</p>. AFC North. 3-11. Cleveland Browns. 15. player

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