AFC North becoming a top division for quarterbacks

September 28, 2012|By Mike Preston | The Baltimore Sun

The AFC North is starting to become a great division for quarterback play.

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton made a name for himself as a rookie last season, and Cleveland quarterback Brandon Weeden was impressive Thursday night, completing 25 of 52 passes for 320 yards and a touchdown.

If the Browns had better receivers and players who could hold onto the ball, they might have upset the Ravens. Before the game, the Browns had dropped 11 passes in the first three games and they added at least another three or four Thursday night. 

This Weeden kid played well and showed a lot of poise. Combined with Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger and the Ravens' Joe Flacco, there could be some good shootouts coming up.

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