Bulletin Board Material: The Best AFC South Articles from 4/12

Nate Dunlevy@NateDunlevyGuest ColumnistApril 12, 2012

Gene Smith eyes a trade.
Gene Smith eyes a trade.Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images

Welcome to the Bulletin Board, where we have Cush-lash.

Smart football says that uptempo, no-huddle is the future of the NFL.

Pro Football Focus looks at personnel groupings in the NFL.

 

Jacksonville Jaguars

Matthew Fairburn asks if the Jaguars are trying to deal out of the seventh pick. Vito Stellino thought so on Twitter.

Paul Kuharsky wonders if the seventh pick really is that bad.

Pete Prisco talks to Blaine Gabbert. Tip to Kuharksy.

Paul Kuharsky says the Jags should go after Hard Knocks.

Adam Stites calculates trade value.

 

Houston Texans

Rivers McCown investigates the utility of Fleener in the Texans offense.

John McClain looks at the Texans draft history.

Steph Stradley invites your questions.

Paul Kuharsky agrees with me that Kareem Jackson is under pressure.

James Flynt puts together a draft board for the Texans.

 

Indianapolis Colts

Brett Mock investigates how Chuck Pagano will use personnel.

Via Kuharsky, Gruden talks about Andrew Luck.

 

Tennessee Titans

Tom Gower lists three defenders he doesn't want to go to the Titans.

Terry McCormick considers corners the Titans might be eying.

Jim Wyatt says the Titans are considering all draft options.

Wyatt says that Melvin Ingram came in for a visit.

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