AFC Week 14 Match Ups & Predictions

Posted: 9th December 2009 by Jeff Smith in NFL
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Week 14 saw two perennial AFC powers falter, a couple of division races tighten up, a newcomer to the post season inch closer to their official invite, and a new record set for regular season wins.  Perennial powers Pittsburgh, losers of four in row, and New England, losers of two in a row, are starting to cause some serious concern for their fans. The Steelers lost to Oakland 27-24, giving up two fourth quarter touchdowns to a team that had been averaging only 11 points a game. At 6-6, it is doubtful they will even make the playoffs. The Patriots lost 22-21 to division rival Miami, cutting their lead in the AFC East to one game. Cincinnati won their ninth game of the season, beating Detroit 23-13. This, combined with Pittsburgh’s loss as well as Baltimore’s loss to Green ...

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