2009 AFC South Preview: Does the Division Now Belong to Tennessee?

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2009 AFC South Preview: Does the Division Now Belong to Tennessee?

It didn't seem that long ago that this division once looked predictable.

Since the NFL realignment in 2002, it was always the Colts dominating this division. Then it was Jacksonville and Tennessee following suit with the Texans being left in the cellar.

However, in 2008, the Colts stumbled and settled for a wildcard.

The Texans got hot late and won their final five of six games to finish 8-8, and the Jaguars fell to 5-11 and sat at the bottom of the division.

That left the Titans to finally conquer the AFC South after falling behind the likes of Jacksonville and Indianapolis by starting 10-0, then finishing 13-3.

What will happen now?

Is Tennessee the new leader of the AFC South?

Will the Colts retake the division without some important coaches?

Is 2008 behind Jacksonville?

Is this the year the Texans reach the playoffs?

Here's a look at the AFC South:

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