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Six months later it still remains the most unexpected news of the NFL off-season; that the Cincinnati Bengals retained head coach Marvin Lewis on a new two-year contract.
On the face of it, enthusiasm for a team that finished last year with an 0-16 record would seem to be misplaced, but the Cleveland Browns might just be the exception.
The Baltimore Ravens enter the 2018 season as that worst of NFL franchises, one not good enough to contend, nor bad enough to claim a high draft pick.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers may have taken their quarterback of the future in the 2018 NFL Draft, but for now this remains Ben Roethlisberger team until the 15-year veteran retires.
The New York Jets head towards the preseason with two potential starters at quarterback and a rookie that they took with the third overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
The return of quarterback Ryan Tannehill is likely to be the pivotal issue this season as the Miami Dolphins hope to regain their 2016 form and return to the playoffs.