The time has finally come! The rosters are set, so voting is now underway to determine which division in the NFL has the most talent via the FanSided NFL All-Division Tournament.Over the course of the last week or so, NFL editors throughout the FanSided network have banded together to assemble each division’s “Dream Team.”
The full AFC South starting lineup can be seen in the table below, and our thought process for each choice can be seen in the following posts: quarterback, tight end, running back, wide receivers, offensive line, defensive line, linebackers, cornerbacks, and safeties.
|QB||Andrew Luck||DE||J.J. Watt|
|RB||Arian Foster||DT||Jurrell Casey|
|TE||Dwayne Allen||DE||Chris Clemons|
|WR||Andre Johnson||LB||Jadeveon Clowney|
|WR||Reggie Wayne||LB||Paul Posluszny|
|WR||Kendall Wright||LB||Brian Cushing|
|LT||Michael Roos||LB||Robert Mathis|
|LG||Zane Beadles||CB||Vontae Davis|
|C||Chris Myers||CB||Johnathan Joseph|
|RG||Brandon Brooks||S||Bernard Pollard|
|RT||Duane Brown||S||Johnathan Cyprien|
First up for the AFC South is the AFC North. Our home division has their work cut out for them, as the North division presents a very nice mix proven, savvy veterans and young, burgeoning talent. Two-time Super Bowl champion Ben Roethlisberger leads the way at quarterback, and the offense looks scary with guys like A.J. Green and Jordan Cameron available as weapons on the outside. Luckily, the AFC South might be able to exploit an aging defense as guys like Terrell Suggs and Troy Polamalu have lost a step and are not the players they once were.
You can vote for the AFC South over at NFL Spin Zone here, or you can vote below.
- Daniel Lago