A few years back, the AFC South was considered one of the best conferences in football. Since 1999, three of its four teams have been to an AFC championship game, and two of it's four teams have played in a Superbowl.
During their days of dominance they also had some great football players such as Peyton Manning, Steve McNair, Marvin Harrison, Fred Taylor, John Henderson, Eddie George and Edgerrin James.
Now that those days are gone, the AFC South may now be one of the weakest divisions in the league. In fact, they may only be better than the NFC West.
There are still talented players players in the division though; Peyton Manning is still here along with new greats such as Chris Johnson, Arian Foster, Maurice Jones-Drew, Mario Williams, Courtland Finnegan, Austin Collie and Tyson Alualua.
Also Joining the AFC South is a new rookie class headlined by first round rookie quarterbacks Jake Locker and Blaine Gabbert, the Titans' and Jaguars' picks, respectively.
So who has the most talented team, you may ask? I will try to determine this on a position-by-position basis. I will rank each team's talent at each position one through four. The higher a team ranks, the more points they receive from that position. First place is four points, second is three, third is two, and fourth is one. at the end I will count the points up and declare a winner.
Today I will rank the offense; next week will be defense.