AFC South Preview and Predictions

Who will win the South?

Who will win the South?

The AFC South is the spotlight today as this division was dominated by two teams: The Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans. Since the Texans are in rebuilding mode, the Colts are the clear cut favorite to win the division. Here are the previews and predictions of the AFC South:

Can Andrew Luck get even better?

Can Andrew Luck get even better?

Indianapolis Colts– The Colts have return to glory after going 11-5 and winning the South. Andrew Luck is quickly making fans forget about Peyton Manninng. The Colts have signed center Phil Costa away from the Dallas Cowboys and also sign former Giant Hakeem Hicks. With the return of Reggie Wayne and the emergence of T.Y Hilton, can the Colts repeat?

2014 Record– 12-4, First in the AFC South

Can Jake Loker stay healthy?

Can Jake Loker stay healthy?

Tennessee Titans– The Tennessee Titans finished with a record of 7-9 have not made the playoffs since 2008. With injuries to the quarterback position. With a healthy Jake Locker and a rookie quarterback by the name of Zach Mettenberger, can the Titans make the playoffs under new head coach Ken Whisenhunt?

2014 Record– 8-8, Second in the AFC South

Blake Bortles. The Future of the Jaguars?

Blake Bortles. The Future of the Jaguars?

Jacksonville Jaguars- The Jaguars were 4-12 last season and are in rebuilding mode and have possibly drafted their quarterback of the future in Blake Bortles. If Chad Henne starts for them, how long will he hold the job?

2014 Record– 3-13, Last in the AFC South

Will Clowney be as good as advertised?

Will Clowney be as good as advertised?

Houston Texans– The Texans were a mess last season. After winning their first two games of the season, the Texans lost fourteen straight games in a row. With the first pick in this years NFL Draft, they have selected Jadeveon Clowney. Will they regret drafting him instead of a quarterback?

2014 Record– 4-12, Third in the AFC South

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