How the Titans stack up against the Jaguars, Colts and Texans in the AFC South
With a lot of roster turnover in the AFC South this offseason, today let’s take a look at how the Titans stack up against their AFC South foes.
Since the 2017 season, the Tennessee Titans are a combined 11-7 against their AFC South rivals, the Jaguars, Colts, and Texans.
That winning record in the division can mostly be attributed to the fact that the Titans have absolutely owned the Jaguars, having won 5 of the last 6 matchups with Jacksonville.
Will that success continue in 2020?
Well against Jacksonville? Most likely.
The Titans have made it clear they plan to build on their AFC Championship appearance last year, and should be in the thick of the division race again.
The Colts made headlines by signing Phillip Rivers, and they hope he can provide more than Jacoby Brissett did last year.
The Texans inexplicably traded one of the game’s best players away for an injury-prone running back, but they should still be a tough team to deal with.
The Jaguars seem destined to enter another full-blown rebuild, and thus are probably the only team in the division you can safely write-off already.
Let’s break down, position by position, how the Titans stack up against the rest of the AFC South.