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After two AFC Division titles, Houston Texans plummeted to a 4-12 mark last year and finished the campaign with six consecutive losses.
The Indianapolis Colts invested wisely in their offensive line in the NFL draft taking Quenton Nelson and Braden Smith in the first and second rounds.
The Tennessee Titans made the post-season last year, won a play-off game and then fired their head coach Mike Mularkey to end a most peculiar campaign.
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Jacksonville Jaguars are a trendy pick to make the Super Bowl out of the AFC after a 2017 season in which they won the AFC South Division.
Six months later it still remains the most unexpected news of the NFL off-season; that the Cincinnati Bengals retained head coach Marvin Lewis on a new two-year contract.
On the face of it, enthusiasm for a team that finished last year with an 0-16 record would seem to be misplaced, but the Cleveland Browns might just be the exception.