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  1. Scouts Inc. on AFC North's top performers

    James Walker

    We tapped into Scouts Inc.'s Matt Williamson to assess three terrific Week 15 performances in the AFC North: Harrison Small man, big game Cleveland Browns tailback Jerome Harrison rushed for 286 yards -- the third most all time -- in a 4...

    Blog | December 22, 2009
  2. Wrap-up: Steelers 37, Packers 36

    James Walker

    Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin owes rookie Mike Wallace a special Christmas gift. The Steelers' rookie saved his boss from a lot of scrutiny with an amazing touchdown reception with no time remaining to seal a 37-36 victory over the Green Bay ...

    Blog | December 20, 2009
  3. Final Word: AFC North

    James Walker

    Five nuggets of knowledge about Week 15: Larry French/Getty ImagesCoach John Harbaugh's Ravens have the inside track to a wild-card spot. Ravens in control: The Baltimore Ravens are thanking the Indianapolis Colts this week for giving them po...

    Blog | December 18, 2009
  4. Walker's AFC North picks

    James Walker

    We have four challenging games to choose from Sunday. Here are the AFC North blog's picks for Week 15: Cleveland Browns (2-11) at Kansas City Chiefs (3-10), Sunday at 1 p.m. Analysis: Both Cleveland and Kansas City are on equal footing. So w...

    Blog | December 18, 2009
  5. Week 15 power rankings: AFC North

    James Walker

    Here is how the AFC North fared in's NFL Power Rankings: Cincinnati Bengals (9-4) Last week: No. 5 Current ranking: No. 7 Analysis: Our panel has a lot of respect for the Bengals, who dropped just two places after a 30-10 blowout...

    Blog | December 15, 2009
  6. Who's the hotter team: Giants or Patriots?

    James Walker

    We have another interesting poll question in the AFC East blog. This week we ask who is the hotter team entering Super Bowl XLVI: the New York Giants or New England Patriots? The Patriots (15-3) have reeled off 10 straight victories. It is the sec...

    Blog | January 26, 2012