All AFC North Team


This is the week where all of the big wig sports publications come out with there NFL previews. This year one or two had all division teams so I thought to my self, “Casey do an All AFC North Team”. And guess what I did! ( Hint: Look down).

My Attempt at an Accurate All AFC North Team


Quarterback- Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers

Halfback- Willie Parker, Pittsburgh Steelers

Fullback- Le’Ron McClain, Baltimore Ravens

Wide Receiver- Santonio Holmes, Pittsburgh Steelers

Wide Receiver- Hines Ward, Pittsburgh Steelers

Tight End- Heath Miller, Pittsburgh Steelers

Left Tackle- Joe Thomas, Cleveland Browns

Right Tackle- Michael Oher, Baltimore Ravens

Center- Matt Birk, Baltimore Ravens

Left Guard- Eric Steinbach, Cleveland Browns

Right Guard- Floyd “Porkchop” Womack, Cleveland Browns


Defensive End- Trevor Pryce, Baltimore Ravens

Defensive End- Aaron Smith, Pittsburgh Steelers

Defensive Tackle- Haloti Ngata, Baltimore Ravens

Outside Linebacker- Terrell Suggs, Baltimore Ravens

Outside Linebacker- James Harrison, Pittsburgh Steelers

Inside Linebacker- Ray Lewis, Baltimore Ravens

Inside Linebacker- James Farrior, Pittsburgh Steelers

Cornerback- Eric Wright, Cleveland Browns

Cornerback- Leon Hall, Cincinnati Bengals

Safety- Ed Reed, Baltimore Ravens

Safety- Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh Steelers


Kicker- Shayne Graham, Cincinnati Bengals

Punter- Sam Koch, Baltimore Ravens

Kick Returner- Joshua Cribbs, Cleveland Browns

Punt Returner- Joshua Cribbs, Cleveland Browns

Player Count:
Baltimore Ravens- 9 players
Cincinnati Bengals- 2 players
Cleveland Browns- 5 players
Pittsburgh Steelers- 9 players

Before you start yelling and screaming at me, or simply leaving nasty comments about how uneducated I must be for making that list let me clear up a few things. Ben Roethlisberger is overrated. Yes, I know, but he has that certain “it” factor. If Carson Palmer was healthier and less frail I would have chosen him. When Flacco becomes a bit more proven and becomes a top tier QB, I will chose him (That’s right. It’s not “if”, it’s “when”). So until Palmer starts drinking more milk, and until Flacco is a bit more seasoned I have to go with Big Ben even though it pains me to do so. Same goes for Willie Parker. I believe that Ray McRice will eventually be better, but until then Parker is the man. If you honestly think that either Derrick Mason or Chad Ocho Cinco should replace either Holmes or Ward, we can duke it out in the comments section. Heath Miller is the only tight end I can even name besides our loveable eternally injured tight ends so he gets the nod there. The offensive line is correct. So is everything else. If you disagree leave me a constructed comment below.