Bulletin Board Material: The Best AFC South Articles from 4/5

Nate Dunlevy@NateDunlevyGuest ColumnistApril 5, 2012

Leftwich is one of the toughest quarterbacks I've ever seen.
Leftwich is one of the toughest quarterbacks I've ever seen.Jared Wickerham/Getty Images

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Omar Kelly writes about the Dolphins and wide receivers, but the findings are of interest to the whole division.

Matt Williamson ranks the running backs in the AFC South, and I completely agree.

 

Indianapolis

Kyle Rodriguez looks at a recent piece ranking the Colts' drafts, and does a bang-up job of finding the holes.

The Colts are rumored to be interested in Byron Leftwich.

Phil B. Wilson says it's a brave new world in Indianapolis.

Bob Kravitz wonders where his dorm room is.

 

Jacksonville

Tania Ganguli says Terrance Knighton is slimmed down for 2012.

Vito Stellino says that Tom Coughlin is coming home. At least for the preseason.

John Oehser considers Dallas Clark.

 

Tennessee

John Glennon says to keep an eye on Egboh.

Andrew Strickert hates on the available defensive ends.

The Titans are trying to land Dan Koppen.

Jim Wyatt says that the Titans' history helped them land Douzable.

Wyatt says the Titans are looking to upgrade the line.

 

Houston

Andre Johnson backs Matt Schaub.

Arian Foster lost out on his Madden bid.

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