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Sean Higgs AFC South Preview
By: Sean Higgs     Date: Sep 3, 2016
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Heading to the AFC South where the young QBs come out to play.

1. IND COLTS - Have to put them here simply because of a healthy Luck. They finally seemed to get it that he needs an OL to keep him upright. Guy isn't made of steel and can't get hit to the ground 15 times a game. 2 years ago he tossed 40 TDs. TY Hilton and Donte Moncrief are nice WRs. Gore is a guy who never quits in the RB spot. Defense is good enough with the offenses they face here in the South.

2 JAX JAGUARS - Time for Gus Bradley's crew to take a big leap forward. They have plenty of high picks and talent all over the field. I actually think Bortles TD numbers come down a bit here. But no because he regresses. But because the team is better. They have a nice run game now. The defense should be better. He won't have to chuck it to get them back in games. They should actually lead now! No more 5-11 seasons or I really think that Bradley could be canned.

3 HOU TEXANS - JJ Watt doesn't play all 22 starting positions. Yes, Hopkins is a very exciting WR. But do we really no anything about Brock Osweiler? Is he better than Weeden, Yates and Ryan Mallet? Probably. Better than Brian Hoyer? I don't know that. We haven't seen much of him but I guess the Texans do since they gave him a ton of money. I do like Lamar Miller out of the backfield. That being said, this is a going to be a tough little conference.

4 TENN TITANS - Marcus Mariota will be handing the ball off a bit since DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry are a pair of bruising backs behind him. Not much else going on here. They should get to about 5 wins if things go as they should.

 
 
 
 
 
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