The Indianapolis Colts will win the AFC South in 2013.
The Houston Texans watched their window of opportunity grow thin with the incredible run the Colts made last season, and now next fall will be one of the most exciting division races in a long time for the NFL.
The Colts are capable and the Texans are vulnerable.
For the longest time, the Colts were the nightmare for the Texans and the rest of the AFC South. After only two years where the Texans were not only supposed to win the division, but make it to a Super Bowl, the Colts are back and reloaded with the NFL’s future at QB.
I don’t buy into the Texans. I think Matt Schuab is the product of a system and despite having one of the best defenses the past three or four years, the problem lies on their offense. The Texans can’t score unless they are playing a doormat team.
The Tennessee Titans are still trying to figure out exactly what to do at the QB position and, for the most part, still trying to figure out what to do with the direction of their team.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are a very confused franchise that still hasn’t found out Blaine Gabbert was a reach and he is not the future of their franchise.
If the NFL schedules appropriately, they will plan an encore of last year’s season finale between the Colts and Texans; except this time it will be for the division title.
I see the Colts and Texans splitting the season series with the Colts taking the 2013 division title.