NFL Power Rankings: The AFC South

December, 20, 2011
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Three losses meant a collective drop of eight spots for the AFC South in the new edition of the ESPN.com NFL Power Rankings.

The Titans fell seven spots thanks to their loss to the previously winless Colts while the Jaguars dropped one spot after getting thrashed in Atlanta.

The most interesting element of this week’s balloting to me was that one voter, NFC West blogger Mike Sando, moved the Colts up to 31st, dropping St. Louis to last after Indy’s win over Tennessee. The rest of us left the Colts 32nd despite the win, the same way all of us left the Packers first after their loss to Kansas City.

I’m one-fifth of the ballot. 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) New Orleans (3)

3) San Francisco (7)

4) Baltimore (2)

5) Pittsburgh (4)

6) New England (5)

7) Houston (6)

8) Atlanta (10)

9) Detroit (13)

10) Denver (8)

11) Dallas (14)

12) NY Jets (9)

13) NY Giants (11)

14) Cincinnati (15)

15) Tennessee (12)

16) San Diego (16)

17) Seattle (22)

18) Chicago (17)

19) Philadelphia (18)

20) Arizona (19)

21) Miami (20)

22) Oakland (21)

23) Carolina (24)

24) Kansas City (26)

25) Washington (29)

26) Buffalo (23)

27) Jacksonville (25)

28) Cleveland (28)

29) Tampa Bay (27)

30) Minnesota (30)

31) St. Louis (31)

32) Indianapolis (32)

Paul Kuharsky | email

ESPN Tennessee Titans reporter

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