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Entries in AFC South (2)


2012 Breaking Down The Divisions: AFC SOUTH

A conference once noted for it's gun slingers has now moved to a league of premier runners. Three of the best runners in the league reside in this conference and make no mistake about it, they are all game changers

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2011 AFC South: It's Time To Make A Change At The Top

Day 5 of breaking down the divisions brings us to the AFC South. The AFC South is a good mixture of speed and power. Quarterbacks are king in this division but the running backs in this division all fit the same build. They are all dynamic, and can go the distance at any moment. The conference also features some of the best wide receivers in the game today. Ironically the defenses in this division are all built the same, which makes sense if the teams are all so similar.

Houston Texans

The Houston Texans are finally establishing their own identity in the league. They have a marquee quarterback in Matt Shaub. Shaub has emerged as a top 10 quarterback in the league. Shaub will also have plenty of weapons to work with as the backfield is juiced up with Arian Foster holding down most of the carries. Shaubs weapons don’t stop there. He also has playmakers on the outside headed by (in my opinion the second best wide receiver in the league) Andre Johnson. The Texans also feature a solid tight end group headed by Owen Daniels. The offensive line of the Texans features some agile guys and they are built to run or throw.

Defensively the Texans have grown the most. A defensive line that features Mario Williams and Amobi Okoye is prolific in its ability to stop the run and get a pass rush. The linebacking core doesn’t take a backseat to many and is headed by Brian Cushing and DeMeco Ryans. The secondary may be the Texans only real concern. However with the pressure they get up front, the secondary should get better by default.

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