With the NFL schedule released, let’s look at where the Indianapolis Colts will finish in the division with the rest of the AFC South.
Just moments after the official schedule release, we took a look at how the Indianapolis Colts schedule will fall now that everyone knows the when and where. But what about the rest of the AFC South?
Who will run (pun intended) the AFC South next season? Will Derrick Henry control the South and bring the Titans to another divisional title after getting healthy? Will Jonathan Taylor reign supreme with another rushing title?
Will the free agency spending for Jacksonville payoff and will the Texans be able to surprise people and win more games than expected?
All of these are things to consider in a division that has the best two running backs in the league. Without going in-depth into every game for the AFC South, let’s jump right into the final records for each team.
Based on current situations, the AFC South is going to be close, again.
Jaguars are back in the same spot
The Jacksonville Jaguars will lose the tiebreaker by beating the Detroit Lions and get a win to finish in second for the 2023 NFL Draft.
The Jaguars will almost make it a three-peat for the first-overall pick. However, this will be two straight years that the top two teams in the draft have the first and second pick in the draft.
As for the AFC South, the division will sweep the Jags and Trevor Lawrence just won’t ever get things started in Jacksonville. With frustrations building, Lawrence will start making his displeasure known and begin to stir the pot.
I’m expecting Lawrence to not remain a Jaguar for long. If the team keeps losing, he’s going to want out.