FANTASY FOOTBALL\nAFC NORTH PREVIEW\nMVPs\n\nLets continue the party.\nBALTIMORE RAVENS\nOFFENSE (B-)\nJoe Flacco (QB3) is maybe manning his last year as the QB for the Ravens. Any slip ups and the team will be calling for Lamar Jackson. The offensive line is great, and the RB situation is stacked. Alex Collins (RB3) will likely lead the way, but Kenneth Dixon (RB5) is a threat, as well as Buck Allen (RB5) on 3rd Downs. This is still Collins' team, but he has no room for error.\n\nThrowing the ball Flacco has his best weapon in some time with Michael Crabtree (WR2) as his clear #1 option. The speedy John Brown (WR4) will have some good moments but that rough AFC North weather at the end of the season will limit his production. Grabbing Willie Snead (WR4) to play slot was a nice move as well for the Ravens. Expect a TE by committe approach. There should be some success in the air, but it might not come as much as people want. Crabtree should have a very strong year with 10+ Targets a game.\nDEFENSE (B)\nTerrell Suggs is the only thing the Ravens have at pass rush. New DC is not a good sign either. The DT situation is not pretty and if it was not for CJ Mosley, Ravens would be a very easy team to run against.\u00a0 With that being said, not sold at all on the Run D.\n\nThe Secondary remains ELITE. Jimmy Smith and Brandon Carr is a great CB duo. Tony Jefferson is a proven strong Safety, and Eric Weddle is maybe the best FS in the NFL. Secondary will hold their defense together, but if I am an opposing team, I am running on that Front 7 all day. Which makes CJ Mosley a no doubt IDP monster.\nCINCY BENGALS\nOFFENSE (B-)\nAndy Dalton (QB2) will have nice protection all year from his tackles. Running the ball will be without Jeremy Hill this year, which means Joe Mixon (RB2) will have the spotlight to himself. Tremendous potential and a great talent. Giovani Bernard (RB4) will be looming but he is a shell of his former self.\n\nThrowing the ball AJ Green (WR1) is still the top dog, and the rotation of Brandon LaFell (WR4) and Tyler Boyd (WR5) still remain the same. Tyler Eifert (TE1) is healthy and this could be a year he will see a lot of action. Still not reccomending him as the TE for us to target, but he could see Top 10 production easily.\n\nNot a great offense, but not a horrible one either. Hard to see them taking over games, AJ Green sees too many Double Teams.\nDEFENSE (A-)\nGeno Atkins and Carlos Dunlap have been the stars of the Bengals DL for about 5+ years it feels like. They continue to get the job done. Vontaze Burfict is a superstar LB of course, but the addition of another Superstar LB in Preston Brown should make the Bengals one of the best Front 7's in the NFL right now.\n\nBengals front 7 is great, and their secondary is very strong as well. Dre Kirkpatrick is a strong #1 CB, Williams Jackson III was a great rookie for the Bengals last season. Shawn Williams is a star at safety, and not many people hit as hard as George Iloka.\n\nBengals Defense will be their strong point in 2018.\nCLEVELAND BROWNS\nOFFENSE (B)\nTyrod Taylor (QB2) has an average O-Line, but they do run block well which should be nice for Carlos Hyde (RB2) who will be heavily featured in this offense. Duke Johnson (RB4) could see less PT this year, but the Browns do have a nice backfield this season that should be fine as long as they stay competitive.\n\nThe WR core is very strong for Cleveland, Jarvis Landry (WR2) will see a ton of targets in the short passing game. Look for Josh Gordon (WR3) to have a bounce back season, and even Corey Coleman (WR3) will have strong weeks here and there.\n\nAll in all, it is up to Tyrod Taylor to be consistent and make good throws and use his legs. If Tyrod uses his legs and is smart with his arm, this Browns offense actually has a lot of talent. Could be 2nd in the division in Points.\nDEFENSE (C+)\nMyles Garrett ready to be an easy 10+ Sacks this season. The Browns did lose Danny Shelton who was a great DT at stopping the run, but they are expecting big things from Larry Ogunjobi, we will see. The strength of the Browns D, outside of Garrett, is their OLB in Christian Kirksey and Jamie Collins. Two players that can make a lot of big plays. Joe Schobert who made 144 Tackles last season! Could be in the same position this year, especially with no Shelton.\n\nSecondary, Browns are interesting. 1st Round Pick Denzel Ward will need to prove to be a star, because the rest of those corners are very weak. T.J. Carrie\/E.J. Gaines are better on paper than anything. Jabril Peppers is a playmaker, but not the best defender as far as recongition, and Damarious Randall did nothing but give up big plays for the Packers.\n\nSecondary is suspect, Run D is suspect. Garrett will have to carry the squad.\nPITTSBURGH STEELERS\nOFFENSE (A+)\nBig Ben (QB1) returns for another season. The Offensive Line is the best in the NFL and that means Le'Veon Bell (RB1) is ready for another BEAST season. I know I mentioned Gurley might be the #1 Pick according to my rankings, but no reason not to go with Bell who is in a dream situation in an offense that makes life very easy for him. Handcuff is RBBC situation.\n\nAntonio Brown (WR1) is ready for another BEAST season. No longer is Martavis Bryant on the squad, which means JuJu Smith-Schuster (WR2) is ready for a breakout year nearly guaranteed. Rookie James Washington (WR4) is playing the slot, but JuJu and AB is where all the action will be. Jesse James (TE3) returns for another season, but a healthy Vance McDonald could make James shaky.\n\nSteelers offense ready for another dominant season.\nDEFENSE (B-)\nSteelers D has been their downfall for years. Lets see if they did what it takes to make it better even without Ryan Shazier.\n\nDL, Cameron Heyward will need to carry the squad, he has potential for near 10 Sacks. Rest of the DL has not done much for this team and they continue to rely on a group that is not great at stopping the run. Vince Williams and BEAST DOME favorite Jon Bostic makes for a viable LB crew. T.J. Watt and Budd Dupree should get sacks.\n\nSecondary outside of Joe Haden is not great at CB. Haden will take care of #1 options, but that is all the Steelers one on one corners can count on. Morgan Brunett was a great signing and should make some big plays, and 1st Round Pick Terrell Edmunds will start from day 1 knocking Sean Davis to the bench. Davis was one the best players for the Steelers last season.\n\nSecondary is strong outside of CB, Run D is not that great and that could be downfall. LB core should get it done, but the DT situation is not a pretty one.