Take a Look Into The AFC Future and See How Your Favorite Will Finish

Kwame Fisher-JonesContributor IIISeptember 9, 2009

GLENDALE, AZ - AUGUST 18:  Quarterback Matt Schaub #8 of the Houston Texans celebrates with receivers Andre Johnson #80 and Mark Bruener #87 after running five yards for a touchdown against the Arizona Cardinals during their NFL preseason game at University of Phoenix Stadium August 18, 2007 in Glendale, Arizona.  The Texans won 33-20. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

"Some get a little, while some get none. Some catch a bad one and some leave the job half done."

Naughty By Nature, "Everything's Gonna Be Alright"

Truer words have never been spoken, especially when referring to the 2009-2010 NFL season. While some teams continue to focus on winning you have others who seem to focus on anything but. Whether it is playing games with the media with regards to who your starting quarterback might be, firing your offensive coordinator an hour before the season starts, refusing to trade a disgruntled player just because of spite, or Rocky Balboaing your assistant coaches it seems some teams are just determined to get nothing accomplished this season. So without further ado here are the results for each team and the eventual AFC champion for the 2009-2010 season. 


AFC West

Kansas City Chiefs: 4-12

A team that will fight back but just are not good enough.

Denver Broncos: 2-14

Yeah it's like that.

Oakland Raiders: 4-12

A tough schedule with even tougher road games.

*San Diego Chargers: 13-3

The Chargers have the benefit of playing in the AFC west and outside of playing the Steelers, Titans, and Giants they have no real tough road games.


AFC North

Baltimore Ravens: 11-5

The bullies of the block intimidate their way to an 11-5 record.

*Pittsburgh Steelers: 14-2

At the Ravens and at the Dolphins are the only certain losses for the boys from the 'Burg.

Cleveland Browns: 2-14

Even a broken clock is right two times a day. Eric Mangini seems to have the world fooled, but sooner rather then later the pound is going to bark. 

Cincinnati Bengals: 7-9

Losses at Green Bay, at Minnesota, and at San Diego keep the Bengals away from the playoffs once again. 


AFC East

Miami Dolphins: 7-9

D.O.W (Death of Wildcat)

*New England: 15-1

The Jay-Z of the NFL is back.

Buffalo Bills: 7-9

After four straight losses to end the season Dick Jauron is handed directions to the local E.D.D.

New York Jets: 1-15

Not because the Jets are that bad, but because thanks to Coach Ryan now everybody wants to kick the Jets' ass. NOT EVERYBODY EERBODY


AFC South

*Indianapolis Colts: 13-3

Donald Brown will win Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Jacksonville Jaguars: 5-11

Del Rio will finally be given his walking papers and more people will watch the press conference then actual Jaguar games.

Tennessee Titans: 10-6

Kerry Collins does not do remakes. VY returns but early losses to Pittsburgh, New England, and San Francisco prove to be to much. 

Houston Texans: 10-6

After years of futility the Texans finally make it to the playoffs. Yeah I said it.


Playoff match-ups:

First Round

(6) Texans @ (3) Colts: (6) Texans

The Texans continue their improbable run and shock the Colts.

(5) Ravens @ (4) Chargers: (4) Chargers

The Chargers defense dominates a Ravens offense that lacks any true game changers.


Divisional Round

(1) Patriots vs. (6) Texans: (1) Patriots

Too much offense for the Texans.

(2) Steelers vs. (4) Chargers: (4) Chargers

The Chargers defense gets to many hits on Big Ben.


Conference Championship

(1) Patriots vs. (4) Chargers: (4) Chargers

Phillip Rivers out plays Brady and announces to the world that he is big time.


Find out who the Chargers will play in the Super Bowl by reading my NFC season preview.