Looking for a quick preview of the teams in the AFC North? Take a gander at this.The AFC North title is there for the taking, and all four teams in this division have a legitimate shot at the crown. Let's take a quick 10-second look at this division before the season begins this Friday morning. You can check out our previous previews here: NFC North, NFC South, NFC East. - Baltimore Ravens The Baltimore Ravens will be without Ray Lewis for the first time in more than a decade, and no one is really sure what to expect in his absence on defence. His mere presence and leadership on the field made the Ravens a far better team than their roster suggested. They've made plenty of changes in the offseason, but it remains to be seen how whether or not their defense will return to championship form. Flacco was on fire in the postseason last year, but his regular season play was closer to a rookie than a Super Bowl MVP. The biggest question on offence will concern who catches all the passes. With their loss of Anquan Boldin (traded) and Dennis Pitta (injury) they're still looking for a reliable weapon across the middle. Pittsburgh Steelers Long-time AFC heavy weights, the Pittsburgh Steelers, are always a chance when Ben Roethlisberger is on the field. They lost a receiving option in Mike Wallace, but will look to veteran Emmanuel Sanders and rookie Markus Wheaton to step up in his absence. Not helping will be their running back-by-committee situation until LeVeon Bell returns from injury. An ageing defense could slow down this team. However, with first-round draft pick Jarvis Jones the Steelers could have found their linebacker of the future. Jones is fast and looks like he has a knack for making big-plays. Cleveland Browns It's been a while, but in 2013 the Browns have a genuine chance of making the playoffs. While not exactly lighting it up, second year QB Brandon Weeden has looked solid in the preseason. Their defense is good, if not formidable, and they have a very solid offensive line. If their wide receivers can stay out of trouble they will be very dangerous. RB Trent Richardson will run the ball with a ferocity and power not seen in Cleveland since Jim Brown. If Weeden can limit his turnovers, the Browns could be playing football in January. The Cincinnati Bengals Despite their playoff woes this is a good football team. Fantasy owners will tell you how great A.J. Green is, but quarterback Andy Dalton is solid and fans should be excited to see how rookie running back Giovanni Bernard fares too; for a small man he runs hard. Of course, we must not forget the Bengals' defense, while not spectacular it is one of the better units in football, led by the fantastic DT Geno Atkins (who just got a nice big new contract extension). They are a well rounded team and certainly have the capability to claim the AFC North as their own. - Quick Predictions Here's how I believe the division will finish come the end of the 2013 season. Bengals 11-5 Ravens 10-6 Steelers 9-7 Browns 6-10 What do you think? How will the division finally shape up?