Stephen A. doesn’t think the Browns can leap the Steelers AND Ravens in the AFC North | First Take

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Stephen A. doesn’t think the Browns can leap the Steelers AND Ravens in the AFC North | First Take

Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman and Booger McFarland discuss how Jadeveon Clowney joining the Browns impacts Cleveland’s chances as AFC North and Super Bowl contenders.

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0:00 Stephen A. Smith does not buy that the Cleveland Browns will overtake the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens in the AFC North.

1:06 Booger McFarland reacts to Jadeveon Clowney joining the Browns.

3:57 Stephen A. believes in his Pittsburgh Steelers.

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