Browsing AFC South

Most One-Sided Divisional Rivalries in the NFL

Posted on 3 Jan, 2017, by in NFL

There are quite a few divisional rivalries with a very one-sided history, especially in the AFC South and anyone involved with the Indianapolis Colts. Among those clashed with one team winning at least 61% of the time, interestingly there are just two from the NFC. More

NFL Rumors – Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts Playoff Race Easy to Figure Out

Posted on 28 Dec, 2015, by in NFL

After week 16 and heading into the final week of the season, the Houston Texans are in pole position to finish first in the AFC South and leave the Indianapolis Colts behind. Things can still change on the final day of the season, but it’s going to take a lot more than a simple ‘they lose, we win’ scenario for the Colts to be in the postseason. More

NFL Rumors – Indianapolis Colts Leading the AFC South Shows How Bad the Division Is

Posted on 4 Nov, 2015, by in NFL

The worst division in the NFL is the AFC South, led by the Indianapolis Colts with a 3-5 record, at first thanks to a tiebreaker with the Houston Texans who are also at 3-5, leading the Jacksonville Jaguars at 2-5 and the Tennessee Titans at 1-6, with six straight losses, and just now firing Ken Whisenhunt from the head coach position. More

NFL Rumors – Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans, Tennessee Titans & Jacksonville Jaguars Make Up one Terrible Division

Posted on 21 Oct, 2015, by in NFL

The AFC South just might be the worst division in football, despite having the Indianapolis Colts, a team with three consecutive playoff appearances including the AFC championship game last season. Along with the Houston Texans, Tennessee Titans and Jacksonville Jaguars, there’s not a single team with a positive net rating. More

2012 NFL Playoff Scenarios

Posted on 26 Dec, 2012, by in NFL

The only team in the NFL that knows they’re going to enjoy home advantage throughout the postseason are the Atlanta Falcons. For the rest of the NFC and the AFC, there are still two spots up for grab and some positional battles left to fight, hoping to get at least one home game in the schedule or even a bye week. More