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AFC South Roundup: Week 7

Kansas City Chiefs v Tennessee Titans Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images

Tennessee Titans (5-2)

Score this Week: Won 27-3 vs. Chiefs

Yet another great win for the Titans, who managed to string together two dubs against the top contenders in the AFC, and are running away with the division at this point. This Chiefs’ team is not nearly as good as last year but still, the Titans dominated, beating them 27-3 and keeping Mahomes in check all game. The former MVP finished the game 20/35 for 206 yards and an interception. Despite Derrick Henry being contained in the run game, Ryan Tannehill had his best game of the season, posting efficient numbers and showing his connection with A.J. Brown.

Injury Report

Left tackle Taylor Lewan, receiver Chester Rogers, safety Amani Hooker, and backup tackle Kendall Lamm are questionable for the key matchup against Indianapolis.

Looking Ahead: vs. Colts

The Titans will face the Colts in what looks like a potential division-defining game so early in the season. If the Titans beat the Colts, the 3 game lead with the matchup advantage will most likely just be too much to climb back from.


Jacksonville Jaguars (1-5)

Score this Week: Bye Week

Injury Report

Guard A.J. Cann was placed on injured reserve with a knee injury.

Looking Ahead: @Seahawks

The Seahawks are without Russell Wilson and after looking dominant against the Colts in Week 1, have stumbled to a 2-5 record that pretty much eliminates them from the playoffs. The Jaguars might manage to escape with a win from Lumen Field.


Houston Texans (1-6)

Score this Week: Lost 5-31 @Cardinals

DeAndre Hopkins caught a touchdown in his revenge game against the Texans, as this game was never really in doubt. The undefeated Cardinals just easily dispatched the Texans, adding to their 6-game losing streak. One positive may be that it looks like Tyrod Taylor is nearing his return.

Injury Report

Starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor is expected to return to practice this week. Linebacker Christian Kirksey is questionable.

Looking Ahead: vs. Rams

Right after facing the undefeated Cardinals, the Texans now get to go off against the 6-1 Los Angeles Rams. Expect yet another blowout and plenty of fantasy points for Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods, Darrell Henderson, and Matt Stafford.