What Colts players would make an All-AFC South Team?
By Brad Marr
If a roster compiled of current players and coaches from each AFC South team were created, who from the Indianapolis Colts would be selected?
Each division in the NFL is unique in its own manner. The NFC East is
the only division where each team has won a Super Bowl, and in the AFC South, the Indianapolis Colts are the only team with that
accomplishment to date.
The NFC North is one of the most historical divisions with two of the
oldest teams in existence, having the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers who both date back to the 1920s.
This season the AFC West is one of the most well-rounded divisions on paper. The Los Angeles Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, Denver Broncos, and Las Vegas Raiders are all viewed as Championship caliber and expected to make a deep run in the playoffs.
Names like Patrick Mahomes, Russell Wilson, and Devante Adams all stick out as premier players in the division. Then you have names such as Derwin James and Khalil Mack. It’s no question the AFC West is loaded up with talent.
The AFC South isn’t too far off talent-wise in comparison. In some ways, there are stars on every team, including the Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans who have slumped over the last few years.
All that brings me to the question, what would an All-AFC South team look like? If you combined the rosters of each team in the division how many players would each team account for? Who would coach them? What would the Front office look like?
Let’s answer all those questions.