Today’s question: Who will be the AFC North MVP?

Jeremy Fowler, Pittsburgh Steelers reporter: I’ve tried to think of which divisional player has the best chance to unseat a healthy Ben Roethlisberger over 16 games. Surprisingly, the best answer might be Andy Dalton, who was setting the best scoring pace among AFC North quarterbacks before missing the last month of the season due to injury. But with Roethlisberger, the numbers will always be there. He has averaged more than 300 passing yards per game the past two seasons. Dalton has had one impressive year, and Joe Flacco never has had more than 27 touchdowns in a regular season. Catching up to Big Ben will be difficult, unless a playmaker such as Antonio Brown or A.J. Green or Steve Smith Sr. or Le'Veon Bell is simply too explosive to ignore by season’s end. If Roethlisberger keeps the interceptions down -- he had 16 of them in 12 games last year -- then his accuracy and ability to stretch the field will prevail.Cheap nfl jerseys 
Coley Harvey, Cincinnati Bengals reporter: The AFC North MVP race will come down to quarterbacks. And at this stage, there are two who merit vastly more consideration than the others: Andy Dalton and Ben Roethlisberger. Yes, Andy Dalton. The days of wondering which version of the Bengals' quarterback your fantasy team (and even Cincinnati’s real-life team) will get week to week are over. Dalton proved with last year’s scorching 10-2 start that he actually has what it takes to be a dominant passer. Before he broke his thumb in a season-ending injury against Pittsburgh in Week 14 last season, Dalton was part of a league-wide MVP race. Had his season continued, there’s no telling how the year would have ended for him and the Bengals. Roethlisberger probably is the sexiest pick for division MVP right now because he’ll be back working with arguably the most complete offense in football. It’s an offense so good that a legitimate case could be made for his top receiver (Antonio Brown) and running back (Le’Veon Bell) earning division MVP honors, too. Wholesale nfl jerseys

Jamison Hensley, Baltimore Ravens reporter: Le’Veon Bell, Steelers. The more popular picks will be Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown. Here’s going with the Pittsburgh offensive weapon who has the most to prove. Bell tore his medial collateral and posterior cruciate ligaments in the middle of the season and he has set his sights on an Adrian Peterson-type recovery. He’s one of the league’s most dangerous and versatile players. It was only two years ago when Bell shattered the Steelers’ record for catches by a running back while finishing second in the NFL in rushing. There’s plenty of incentive for Bell to show he’s not injury prone. If that wasn’t enough, he’s a free agent after the season. When you combine that type of talent and motivation, big things usually occur.

Pat McManamon, Cleveland Browns reporter: Easy. Assuming he stays healthy, Ben Roethlisberger, one of the five best in the league. Roethlisberger seems to improve every year with his understanding of Pittsburgh's offense and in his work with teammates. He and Antonio Brown have something special going on the field, and the Steelers start the season with Le'Veon Bell in the backfield. That's an outstanding trio, but Roethlisberger makes it all go. He's the division's runaway MVP.Wholesale Pittsburgh Steelers jerseys



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