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http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/25907471/ns/sports-sunday_night_football/   Follow @Dan Vasta and like Gridiron Grit on Facebook  Every single team in the AFC has been losing some close ball games and for that the Wild Card has been completely wide open. Just exactly which teams will rise to the occasion and who will fold? We thought the Steelers would be the one team to take advantage since they are one of the more experienced, clutch teams in football. Plus, Pittsburgh has that potential future Hall of Fame quarterback Ben Roethlisberger with a coaching staff that has always been among the league’s best. Everybody would also love to know whether or not Cincy is the same old ‘Bungals’ or if they are the new and improved Bengals.   Enter the star that is drawing comparisons to Calvin Johnson’s 2011 season. Yes, that would be Adriel Jeremiah or as everybody else knows as A.J. Green. The former juggling club machine has now turned himself into a human highlight reel against defensive ba...
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