Courtesy of ColdHardFootballFacts.comTwo down, six to go.We’re in the midst of taking a look back at each of the NFL’s eight divisions in terms of the good and the bad as of late.This week, we’re focusing on the AFC North, which has provided us with more Super Bowl champions, thanks to the Steelers (2) and the defending champion Ravens (1), than any other division since the league was realigned in 2002.It’s also a division that over the last two seasons has not only sent five teams to the playoffs (Baltimore and Cincinnati twice and Pittsburgh once) but the Browns are the only club of the group to finish with a losing record (both 2011 and 2012).Stop me if you’ve heard this before. Be it recently or historically, there’s always some interesting numbers that we all find fascinating in terms of trends, one of the many aspects that makes the National Football League the game we all love...http://www.coldhardfootballfacts.com/content/nfl-offseason-the-good-news-and-the-bad-news-for-the-afc-north/21719/