AFC Power Rankings: End of regular season edition

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Antonio Brown Steelers
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10-6. Pittsburgh Steelers. 6. player. 55. <p>Bullet dodged. After faltering to the Ravens for the second time this season last week, the Steelers caught some luck when the Jets face planted to the Bills and then they took care of business against hapless Cleveland. Just like that, the Steelers are in the playoffs.</p> <p>Antonio Brown capped off his jaw-dropping 2015 season by hauling in 13 receptions for 187 yards and a touchdown against the Browns, which fell 37 yards short of Julio Jones’ stat line for the league title in receiving yards. Unlike Jones, Brown will be playing in the postseason so his unforgettable season can continue.</p> <p>The Steelers will need Brown to have another huge game next week against the Cincinnati Bengals, a team the Steelers beat on December 13th by a score of 33-20 but lost to earlier in the season.</p>. AFC North

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