Alright, since were in a period of downtime in the NFL, I decided to play a little game on this site. I want to go division by division with the CincyJungle readers and come up with All-Division teams. This would probably take some time, so if you don't want to play, please excuse the FanPosts.
So the rules are you can choose any of the four teams in the division and must compile a whole team. Assume there is one QB, RD, C, FB, and TE. Two WRs, Gs, and Ts.
Alright let's start with the AFC North. Go to this link for my All-AFC North team.
Moving on, how about the AFC South?
Note: If anybody could provide some insight on the offensive line in this division, I am not very knowledgeable on this part of the division.
RB - This was a very tough choice. This division is absolutely stacked at RB. Aside from the Colts, every team has a Pro-Bowl worthy back. My pick would have to be Arian Foster. He absolutely torched the Bengals D in the playoffs and he has a nice zero-to-hero story. An argument can be made for Maurice Jones-Drew and Chris Johnson as well.
FB - Yeah, there are really no great fullbacks in this division. Can't I just use MJD in a 2 RB set?
TE - I have to go with Jared Cook here. Him and Owen Daniels are the two best TEs in this division but if I'm building a team, I take Cook every time.
WR1 - Andre Johnson. Next.
WR2 - This choice isn't as easy as the above one. Reggie Wayne used to be a clear cut choice here but with the emergence of Kenny Britt and the drafting of Justin Blackmon, the talent level has been increased. My choice would be Kenny Britt but, again, arguments can be made for Reggie Wayne.
O-line - Since I don't know much about this division's offensive linemen, I will group them together as a collective unit. Overall, the Houston Texans had the best overall line with the Jaguars and Titans on their heels in that order. I see no reason why Houston shouldn't continue their dominance, even with the cutting of Eric Winston.
Provide your thoughts and comments. Also, if you would like to give me your All-AFC South Defense, that would be much appreciated.