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What about the rest of the AFC?

Yeah, so the Denver Broncos are good. But a few other AFC teams laid down markers Sunday, showing that they might have something to offer Peyton Manning & Co. if the time does come. The New England Patriots held off the Atlanta Falcons on the road. The Kansas City Chiefs reached a surprising 4-0 with a rout of the New York Giants. The Indianapolis Colts put up their second straight blowout (it was the Jacksonville Jaguars, but a win's a win). And hey -- the Cleveland Browns were victorious again! Now, to see what happens to the Miami Dolphins on Monday night ...

  • If the Broncos are No. 1, which is the second-best team in the AFC?

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      31%
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      15%
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      43%
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      11%

    Discuss (Total votes: 32,757)

  • If/when Danny Amendola and Rob Gronkowski return, will the Patriots be a legitimate threat to the Broncos in the AFC?

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      64%
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      36%

    Discuss (Total votes: 17,480)

  • Which team will finish with the better record?

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      51%
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      37%
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      12%

    Discuss (Total votes: 29,402)

  • Which team will win the AFC North?

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      63%
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      19%
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      18%

    Discuss (Total votes: 11,600)

  • Which team will win the AFC South?

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      63%
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      32%
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      5%

    Discuss (Total votes: 11,253)

  • Which of these teams is most likely to miss the playoffs?

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      12%
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      70%
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      18%

    Discuss (Total votes: 11,373)

  • How many games will the Jaguars win this season?

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      21%
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      46%
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      33%

    Discuss (Total votes: 41,587)

  • Do you still believe the Trent Richardson trade was a mistake for the Browns?

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      50%
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      28%
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      22%

    Discuss (Total votes: 35,716)

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