2017 NFL Preview: AFC South

The AFC South has been a division that has struggled to find all of the pieces as the quarterbacks have been found for most teams but the other pieces are not quite there.

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Wednesday Morning QB (Week 11)

The NFL changed the rules for the NFL extra point making things tougher which was evident in Week 11 when more kickers than ever missed extra points.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 3)

Week 3 int he NFL saw a much-anticipated rematch between Josh Norman and Odell Beckham Jr. in another battle that exposed more about both players.

2015 NFL Preview: AFC South

The AFC South is a division in transition as there are not too many teams ready to take that next step in the division.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 12)

The season is quickly coming to an end as the playoff race is about to start but that is not the only race that is just heating up. The player awards are also beginning to take shape and this year could be a more interesting year than ever before. The rookies are going off on offence and defence while the usual names at quarterback are once again having great years in pursuit of the MVP. These award are all going to be big battles down the stretch as players continue to get better or fall off of the map.

2014 NFL Preview: AFC South

The AFC South has characterized by one dominant team at a time while the rest of the teams try to figure things out. The top team generally runs away with the division without much of a battle and the rest of the teams fall off far from the playoffs. For years that team was the Indianapolis Colts led by Peyton Manning. The Colts were the only team in the division every year and despite a few challenges from the Tennessee Titans every now and then, they were the only team in the division. The thing about that was that although they were the only team in the division they were also favourites to win a Super Bowl.

The Great and the Terrible in the South (2013 AFC South Preview)

The AFC South is a tale of two separate types of teams as there are the two good teams and the two terrible teams. It is the story of the haves and have nots as the AFC South contains more than just two good and two bad team but also two very different ways of doing things. Two teams are clearly doing things the right way while the other two have been doing things wrong.

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