The AFC North might be the NFL’s most interesting division. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens are perennial playoff contenders. The Cleveland Browns are the AFC North favorites, despite a 30-year division title drought. Not much is expected out of the Cincinnati Bengals.

How many games will each AFC North team win in the 2019 NFL season? Below are predictions for the division, based on the latest over/under win totals at New Jersey’s FanDuel Sportsbook.

Cleveland Browns: 9.5 Wins (+120 Over/-140 Under)

The Browns have one 10-win season since they returned to the NFL in 1999. No one knows if Freddie Kitchens will be a good head coach. Odell Beckham has to prove he can stay healthy for 16 games. Baker Mayfield was very good as a rookie, but expectations have gotten out of hand for the quarterback in year No.2. Don’t expect the team that went 0-16 two years ago to win double-digit games.

Prediction: Under

Pittsburgh Steelers: 9 Wins (-125 Over/+105 Under)

The loss of Antonio Brown might not exactly be addition by subtraction, but Pittsburgh should be fine without the diva wide receiver on the roster. Pittsburgh might have the AFC’s top offensive line. Mike Tomlin and Ben Roethlisberger still give the Steelers one of the league’s best head coach/wide receiver combos. With no losing seasons in the last 15 years, Pittsburgh should be favored to win the AFC North.

Prediction: Over

Baltimore Ravens: 8.5 Wins (+120 Over/-140 Under)

It’s unclear whether or not Lamar Jackson will be a good enough passer to be a successful NFL starter in the long term. Performing at a higher level than Joe Flacco, however, shouldn’t be very hard. Baltimore has posted a losing record just once in the last decade. The defense lost key veterans, though free-agent addition Earl Thomas joins maybe the league’s best secondary. The Ravens haven’t ranked worse than 12th in total defense in the last six seasons. John Harbaugh almost always has his team in playoff contention.

Prediction: Over

Cincinnati Bengals: 6 Wins (+110 Over/-130 Under)

Don’t be surprised if the Bengals land the No.1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. First-round pick Jonah Williams was supposed to be Cincinnati’s starting left tackle, but he’s going to miss the season with a torn labrum. An injury is already set to cost A.J. Green multiple regular-season games. The Bengals’ defense didn’t significantly upgrade after the unit ranked dead last in yards allowed. Add in the fact that the rest of the AFC North is made up of playoff contenders and Cincinnati might be lucky to win more than four games.

Prediction: Under 

Division Winner: Steelers