The Pittsburgh Steelers finally got "One for the Thumb". And they didn't even win their division in 2005.
That distinction went to the Cincinnati Bengals, who emerged last season with great young players and a swagger under head coach Marvin Lewis. While the Steelers and Bengals are two of the top Super Bowl contenders, the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns have improved themselves during the offseason, making the AFC North one of the most competitive divisions in the NFL.
What is the biggest obstacle for the Steelers as they look to repeat? Should the Bengals' be concerned about the character of the team? What kind of impact will Steve McNair and Kellen Winslow have on their teams? Who is the top defensive player in the division?
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