The Colts continue to dominate, AFC Champ and Super Bowl runner-up in 2009, nine consecutive playoff appearances. For fantasy football purposes, this team is a George Washington cherry-tree of fantasy talent for the picking. But, you don’t have to look far within the division to find other fantasy gems ripe for the picking too.
For the AFC South, free agency appears to have helped the Texans, and to a lesser extent, the Jaguars. When The Fantasy Greek last wrote about the AFC South, The Fantasy Greek called it a Colts, Texans, Jaguars, and Titans divisional finish. The Fantasy Greek feels nothing has really changed except the Texans seemed poised now to leap-frog the Colts for the division title and a playoff birth.
This update is abbreviated compared to the original preview. It accounts for how free agency moves and re-signings has affected each team. As you read through the update below, you will see each team’s averages on both offense and defense, where they finished in the league, a positional overview with a suggestion of what rounds in fantasy drafts each player will be drafted, strength of schedule by position, and each team’s “bottom line” for 2011.
When fantasy owners draft, fantasy owners must consider the block of players on the board to be drafted in any given round as well as what round each player should be drafted in. This is important because no player should be drafted before it is time.
Enjoy the update, and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact The Fantasy Greek.