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Old 06-26-2004   #1
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Default AFC South preview on NFL.com

Pat Kirwan has posted a preview of the AFC South on the NFL.com site

Full Article http://www.nfl.com/news/story/7450559

He makes some interesting observations:

a) only division where all four head coaches made their reputations on the defensive side of the ball;

b) only division where each starting quarterback was drafted in first round; and

c) "The AFC South is a division that lost more talent then it gained this year in free agency. Tennessee and Indianapolis lost at least 14 players combined through free agency, retirement, trades and salary-cap cuts, and didn't sign anyone. You could make a case that the premiere teams in this division took at least a half step backward against the upstart Jaguars and Texans. Neither Tennessee nor Indianapolis had a first-round pick in the draft to help offset the talent depletion."
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