NFL Power Rankings: The AFC South

December, 6, 2011
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The AFC South continues to distinguish itself as the worst division in the NFL, at least according to ESPN’s NFL Power Rankings.

Only one team moved from a week ago, and Tennessee’s four spot move up was hardly enough to get the division out of the basement.

The AFC South’s average spot is 20.1 with the NFC East second-worst at 20.2.

With the Colts dead last and the Jaguars at 29th, it’s tough for the two better teams to offset things.

I’m one-fifth of the ballot. Mike Sando breaks down the whole vote here.

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Here’s the AFC South:



As for my complete ballot, the number in parenthesis is where I had the team ranked last week.
1) Green Bay (1)

2) Baltimore (2)

3) New Orleans (3)

4) San Francisco (4)

5) Pittsburgh (5)

6) New England (6)

7) Houston (7)

8 ) NY Jets (15)

9) Atlanta (8)

10) Tennessee (16)

11) Denver (17)

12) Dallas (9)

13) Cincinnati (10)

14) Chicago (11)

15) Detroit (12)

16) NY Giants (14)

17) Miami (22)

18) Oakland (13)

19) Philadelphia (18)

20) Buffalo (19)

21) Seattle (27)

22) Arizona (25)

23) Carolina (28)

24) Kansas City (21)

25) Tampa Bay (20)

26) Cleveland (24)

27) San Diego (23)

28) Washington (26)

29) Jacksonville (29)

30) Minnesota (30)

31) St. Louis (31)

32) Indianapolis (32)

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ESPN Tennessee Titans reporter

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