What are everyone's thoughts of the AFC South next year and the years to come? I am excited about the prospect of a productive off-season and hope that we can add several more contributors in this year's draft, but our division could be really tough for the next several years: (1) Indy - This team will go as Manning goes. As long as he is playing well, Indy is going to be tough to beat, defense or no defense. The bad news is, the D looked pretty good in the playoffs. (2) Tennessee - No need to state the obvious. This team has incredible upside with Vince and they have a lot of cap room this off-season. (3) Jacksonville - Nothing about Jacksonville jumps out at me, but I don't think we can expect to sweep them every year. (4) Houston - Improved, but still a lot of holes to fill. I think the Texans do well to go .500 in our division for the next couple of years. On average, I think that we pull out 1/4 from the division series with Indy and Tenn. and we probably split with Jacksonville. In a year like this year, we sweep Jacksonville and steal one from Indy or Tenn. We seem far away from ever sweeping either Indy or Tenn. Follow-up question: Based on our division, how do you build this team in the off-season? I change my mind daily, but from this perspective, I think we do well to pick up another OL in the off-season and draft another RB in the first round and try to establish an offense that can grind it out on the ground. Our defense was much improved last season and can get better, but I think it is going to be tough to put a defense on the field that can consistently stop Indy and Tenn. I think we are better off focusing on a ball control offense that can keep the ball out of the hands of the talented QBs in our division.