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AFC South
ConferenceAmerican Football Conference
LeagueNational Football League
SportAmerican football
Founded2002
Teams
No. of teams4
Championships
Most recent AFC South champion(s)Houston Texans (5th title)
Most AFC South titlesIndianapolis Colts
(9 titles)

The American Football Conference – Southern Division or AFC South is one of the four divisions of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the National Football League (NFL). It was created before the 2002 season when the league realigned divisions after expanding to 32 teams. Since its creation, the division has had the same four members: Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Tennessee Titans.

Before the 2002 season, the Texans did not exist, the Colts belonged to the AFC East, and the Titans and Jaguars were members of the AFC Central. The AFC South is often regarded as the NFL's "newest" division since at the time of its establishment none of the new division's members had played more than eighteen seasons in their current cities. The Colts had played in Baltimore until the end of the 1983 season, the Jaguars commenced play in 1995 and the Titans had been based in Houston (where they were known as the Oilers) until 1996. However, Indianapolis, Tennessee and Jacksonville had all won multiple division titles and wild card berths in their prior respective divisions.

Entering 2016, the Colts hold a 494–433–7 record and a 22–23 playoff record with two NFL league crowns, four Super Bowl appearances and two wins. The Titans hold a record of 404–442–6 with a playoff record of 14–19, including two AFL championships (as the Houston Oilers) and the loss in Super Bowl XXXIV. The Jaguars hold a 152–184 record and a 5–6 playoff record. The Texans made the playoffs for the first time in their ten-season existence in 2011 and hold a 97–127 record and a 2–3 playoff record.

The Colts' Super Bowl XLI victory in 2006 is the only Super Bowl win from the AFC South to date, and the division owns the longest active Super Bowl victory drought. The next ten Super Bowls were won by at least one team in the other seven divisions, including seven victories from seven divisions from 2009 to 2015.

History

2000s

When the NFL realigned for the 2002 schedule, the newly created AFC South was formed from two former AFC Central teams, an AFC East team, and an expansion team. Its inaugural season was won by the Tennessee Titans who went on to play in the AFC Championship game. For the next five years, the Indianapolis Colts won the division including their victory in Super Bowl XLI. In 2007, the AFC South had the best division record of all time based on the combined 42–22 (.656 winning percentage). The record was previously held by the 1975 AFC Central's .643 winning percentage.[1] In 2008, the Tennessee Titans won the division, ending Indianapolis' five-year streak of division titles. However, in 2009, the Colts would storm back to win their 6th division championship in Week 12 of the season with a win over the Houston Texans and a loss by the Jacksonville Jaguars to the San Francisco 49ers.

2010s

In 2010, the Colts again won their division by winning their final four games, including a victory over the Jaguars that tied the records of the two teams. The Colts controlled their own destiny, with Jacksonville losing its last three games of the season. In 2011, the Houston Texans won their first AFC South title, qualifying for the playoffs for the first time in franchise history. In Week 14, Houston had to beat Cincinnati and New Orleans had to beat the Titans to secure the playoffs for Houston. Houston won 20–19 and New Orleans won 22–17 against the Titans, giving Houston its first ever playoff spot. The Texans had won their first Playoff game against the Cincinnati Bengals 31-10 but then lost to the Baltimore Ravens 20-13 in the Divisional game. The Texans repeated as AFC South champions in 2012 as well after beating Indianapolis 29-17 in Week 15 that season. In the playoffs, the Texans beat the Bengals once again, 19-13, but lost to the New England Patriots 41-28 during the Divisional Weekend. The Colts would retake the AFC South division crown in 2013. Indianapolis swept all three of its divisional opponents during the 2013 campaign to reclaim its first division title since 2010. Again in 2014, the Colts claimed the division title by defeating the Texans in a week 15 matchup, 17-10. The Texans took over as AFC South champions in 2015 following their 30-6 win over Jacksonville in week 16. Houston repeated as division champions in 2016; despite finishing with matching 9-7 records along with Tennessee, the Texans earned the AFC South's automatic berth into the NFL playoffs based on finishing better against the division (5-1) than the Titans (2-4). In 2017, the Jacksonville Jaguars won their first AFC South title after a Titans loss to the Rams in Week 16. In the previous week, the Jaguars had clinched their first playoff berth since 2007, with a win against the Texans.

Division lineups

Place cursor over year for division champ or Super Bowl team.

AFC South Division
Years
02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
Houston Texans
Indianapolis Colts
Jacksonville Jaguars
Tennessee Titans
     Division Won Super Bowl      Division Won AFC Championship

Division champions

Season Team Record Playoff Results
2002 Tennessee Titans 11–5 Won Divisional Playoffs (Steelers) 34–31 (OT)
Lost AFC Championship (at Raiders) 24–41
2003 Indianapolis Colts 12–4 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Broncos) 41–10
Won Divisional Playoffs (at Chiefs) 38–31
Lost AFC Championship (at Patriots) 14–24
2004 Indianapolis Colts 12–4 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Broncos) 49–24
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Patriots) 3–20
2005 Indianapolis Colts 14–2 Lost Divisional Playoffs (Steelers) 18–21
2006 Indianapolis Colts 12–4 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Chiefs) 23–8
Won Divisional Playoffs (at Ravens) 15–6
Won AFC Championship (Patriots) 38–34
Won Super Bowl XLI (vs. Bears) 29–17
2007 Indianapolis Colts 13–3 Lost Divisional Playoffs (Chargers) 24–28
2008 Tennessee Titans 13–3 Lost Divisional Playoffs (Ravens) 10–13
2009 Indianapolis Colts 14–2 Won Divisional Playoffs (Ravens) 20–3
Won AFC Championship (Jets) 30–17
Lost Super Bowl XLIV (vs. Saints) 17–31
2010 Indianapolis Colts 10–6 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Jets) 16–17
2011 Houston Texans 10–6 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Bengals) 31–10
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Ravens) 13–20
2012 Houston Texans 12–4 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Bengals) 19–13
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Patriots) 28–41
2013 Indianapolis Colts 11–5 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Chiefs) 45–44
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Patriots) 22–43
2014 Indianapolis Colts 11–5 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Bengals) 26–10
Won Divisional Playoffs (at Broncos) 24–13
Lost AFC Championship (at Patriots) 7–45
2015 Houston Texans 9–7 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Chiefs) 0–30
2016 Houston Texans 9–7 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Raiders) 27–14
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Patriots) 16–34
2017 Jacksonville Jaguars 10–6 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Bills) 10–3
Won Divisional Playoffs (at Steelers) 45–42
Lost AFC Championship (at Patriots) 20–24
2018 Houston Texans 11–5 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Colts) 7–21

# Team earned first-round bye.

Wild Card qualifiers

Season Team Record Playoff Results
2002 Indianapolis Colts 10–6 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Jets) 0–41
2003 Tennessee Titans 12–4 Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Ravens) 20–17
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Patriots) 14–17
2005 Jacksonville Jaguars 12–4 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Patriots) 3–28
2007 Jacksonville Jaguars 11–5 Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Steelers) 31–29
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Patriots) 20–31
Tennessee Titans 10–6 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Chargers) 6–17
2008 Indianapolis Colts 12–4 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Chargers) 17–23 (OT)
2012 Indianapolis Colts 11–5 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Ravens) 9–24
2017 Tennessee Titans 9–7 Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Chiefs) 22–21
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Patriots) 14–35
2018 Indianapolis Colts 10–6 Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Texans) 21–7
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Chiefs) 13–31

Team playoff berths

Stats updated through 2016 season.

Total playoff berths as members of the AFC South

In the sortable table below, teams can be ordered by name, number of division wins, playoff berths, or titles. To change, click button to right of heading.

Team Division
Titles
Playoff
Berths
AFC
Championships
Super Bowl
 Championships
Indianapolis Colts 9 12 2 1
Houston Texans 5 5 0 0
Tennessee Titans 2 5 1 0
Jacksonville Jaguars 1 3 0 0

Total playoff berths in team history

In the sortable table below, teams can be ordered by name, number of division wins, playoff berths, or titles. To change, click button to right of heading.

Team Division
Titles
Playoff
Berths
Conference
Championships
NFL/AFL1
Titles
Super Bowl
Championships
Indianapolis Colts 16 27 7 3 2
Houston Texans 5 5 0 0 0
Jacksonville Jaguars 3 7 0 0 0
Tennessee Titans 9 22 1 2 0

1 Colts won NFL Titles as the Baltimore Colts. Titans won AFL Titles as the Houston Oilers.

Season results

(#) Denotes team that won the Super Bowl
(#) Denotes team that won the AFC Championship
(#) Denotes team that qualified for the NFL Playoffs
Season Team (record)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th
2002 Tennessee (11–5) (5) Indianapolis (10–6) Jacksonville (6–10) Houston (4–12)
2003 (3) Indianapolis (12–4) (5) Tennessee (12–4) Jacksonville (5–11) Houston (5–11)
2004 (3) Indianapolis (12–4) Jacksonville (9–7) Houston (7–9) Tennessee (5–11)
2005 (1) Indianapolis (14–2) (5) Jacksonville (12–4) Tennessee (4–12) Houston (2–14)
2006 (3) Indianapolis (12–4) Tennessee (8–8) Jacksonville (8–8) Houston (6–10)
2007 (2) Indianapolis (13–3) (5) Jacksonville (11–5) (6) Tennessee (10–6) Houston (8–8)
2008 (1) Tennessee (13–3) (5) Indianapolis (12–4) Houston (8–8) Jacksonville (5–11)
2009 (1) Indianapolis (14–2) Houston (9–7) Tennessee (8–8) Jacksonville (7–9)
2010 (3) Indianapolis (10–6) Jacksonville (8–8) Houston (6–10) Tennessee (6–10)
2011 (3) Houston (10–6) Tennessee (9–7) Jacksonville (5–11) Indianapolis (2–14)
2012 (3) Houston (12–4) (5) Indianapolis (11–5) Tennessee (6–10) Jacksonville (2–14)
2013 (4) Indianapolis (11–5) Tennessee (7–9) Jacksonville (4–12) Houston (2–14)
2014 (4) Indianapolis (11–5) Houston (9–7) Jacksonville (3–13) Tennessee (2–14)
2015 (4) Houston (9–7) Indianapolis (8–8) Jacksonville (5–11) Tennessee (3–13)
2016 (4) Houston (9–7) Tennessee (9–7) Indianapolis (8–8) Jacksonville (3–13)
2017 (3) Jacksonville (10–6) (5) Tennessee (9–7) Indianapolis (4–12) Houston (4–12)
2018 (3) Houston (11–5) (6) Indianapolis (10–6) Tennessee (9–7) Jacksonville (5–11)

References

  1. ^ "Cold, Hard Football Facts.com". Archived from the original on December 27, 2007. Retrieved December 31, 2007.
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