with the Jacksonville Jaguars for one season, and he's already the second-longest tenured current head coach in the AFC South . The collapse of the Houston Texans over the final 14 weeks and a fifth consecutive year in which the Tennessee Titans
polite about it yet he's in north today we look at the AFC south and some young talent. Early rising to the top of the ..... scheme finally got off weeks we is that one veteran in the AFC south conversation. a new home with the colts and yet they
searching for answers as they alternated wins and losses. They closed the season with three straight wins to capture the AFC South title. Indy used its first selection in the May draft on Jack Mewhort, a versatile offensive lineman who lined up Thomas
In 2012, he threw for 4,008 yards with 22 touchdowns and 12 interceptions to help Houston to its second straight AFC South title. The Raiders believe he can put up those kinds of numbers again and that he can be a top 10 quarterback in the
As the Ken Whisenhunt era is set to being in Tennessee, the Titans will be looking to revitalize their roster and make some noise in the AFC South .
Brian Billick and Taylor Jones preview the AFC South .
close to the free agency world Bob draft. Where teams stand by division help themselves and what going to talk about the AFC south right now. Clearly Houston Texans and the Indianapolis Colts class that we. One. Huge change or personnel are free
Tennessee Titans, who are looking to break back into the playoff picture for the time since 2008: 2013: 7-9, 2nd in AFC South Head coach: Ken Whisenhunt Key departures: RB Chris Johnson, CB Alterraun Verner, OT David Stewart, PK Rob Bironas
even February. Goodbye, offseason! The series continues with the Houston Texans. 2013 Record: 2-14, Fourth in AFC South Head coach: Bill O'Brien, First Year Key departures: QB Matt Schaub, TE Owen Daniels, RB Ben Tate, DT Earl Mitchell
O'BRIEN: TEAM FIRST The excitement in Houston disappeared with a 14-game losing string that sank the Texans from AFC South champs to worst in the league. O'Brien, who could have written his own ticket at Penn State for years, instead chose