Entire AFC South remains winless after Week 1

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With Week 1 in the books, the AFC South is a sloppy mess, as the Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars all failed to secure a win on Sunday.

And that was with two AFC South teams playing one another!

That’s right, the Colts and Texans, who met in Houston in Week 1, tied their game. The Colts actually trailed 20-3 going into the fourth quarter, made an impressive comeback, but ultimately failed to win in overtime after Rodrigo Blankenship missed a 42-yard field goal at the end of the extra frame.

We had a good laugh at the Colts’ expense while they were trailing, and even after they ultimately tied, but that laughter lasted just a few hours because Tennessee went on to implode against what was thought to be a lesser opponent in the New York Giants, losing 21-20.

Jacksonville also suffered a pretty crushing defeat on Sunday at the hands of the Washington Commanders.

After falling behind 14-3 in the first half, the Jags clawed their way back and had a 22-20 lead with over six minutes left. However, Carson Wentz and the Commanders orchestrated a 90-yard drive to pull out the win, 28-22.

Here’s a look at the standings after Week 1. Warning: hold your nose.

1. Texans (0-0-1)

1. Colts (0-0-1)

3. Jaguars (0-1-0)

3. Titans (0-1-0)

The NFC West is very likely to join the AFC South as a winless division. The Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals all lost, and the Seattle Seahawks will need a miracle to beat the Denver Broncos.

However, none of those teams played one another, which makes the AFC South’s ineptitude much more impressive than the NFC West’s.

In Week 2, the Jags will host the Colts, while the Texans will hit the road to take on the Broncos. Tennessee will have a very difficult test on the road against the Buffalo Bills on “Monday Night Football.”

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Story originally appeared on Titans Wire