Originally Posted by Hookem Horns
Once figured to be a cake walk (for the Texans) it's starting to look more like a walk through mud. This division is going to be more difficult than originally thought by most.
Colts - Sure Luck is a rookie but he already looks better than many NFL starters. The way he bounced back vs the Steelers spoke volumes. The Colts as a team look much stronger in general and could surprise everyone this season. I think the Texans are going to have their hands full with this team. Heck they lost to them last season with Dan Orlovsky at the helm.
Jags - Another team looking much improved in the preseason. I didn't think Gabbert would ever pan out however I could be wrong. Sure it's preseason so I don't look at wins and losses but the Jags have looked pretty good when their starters have played. They are putting up points so far. I can see the Texans dropping 1 of 2 to these guys this season.
Titans - Living near Tampa I watched them vs the Bucs. Chris Johnson looked real sharp. Defensively they looked decent too. The obvious weakness of this team is at QB. Jake Locker looked pretty bad and Hasselback didn't look much better vs the Bucs scrubs. Because of this the Titans could take a step back this season from 9-7.
I believe this discussion was brought up a while ago.
Everyone kept talking about the titans and I said I wouldn't be surprised if the colts were better and the jags were about as good.
I definitely remember talking about the colts and luck.
Freeney and Mathis are still there and will be bringing pressure. They added some pieces defensively.
And luck is going to be good. Will likely have some tough moments, but overall I think he'll be fine. With those two te's and Reggie Wayne I think he has some good weapons.
We should beat all these teams, but I wouldn't be surprised if this division was not a cake walk.