AFC South: Indianapolis Colts take 3-game lead

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Dec 1, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts running back Donald Brown (31) runs past Tennessee Titans linebacker Moise Fokou (53) at Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis defeats Tennessee 22-14. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

With 13 weeks complete for the AFC South, one thing is obvious … the division belongs to the Indianapolis Colts.

It would take a slide of epic proportions for the Colts to not win this division, unseating the Houston Texans, who have won the division the past two seasons.

Right now, the Colts have a three-game advantage in the standings with four weeks remaining at 8-4 overall. They are also undefeated in the division at 4-0.

The Titans are 5-7 on the season, second place in the South, and they are 0-4 in division games. Following them are the Jacksonville Jaguars at 3-9 overall and 2-1 in the AFC South.

Then there are the Texans at 2-10 overall and 1-2 in division games. The Texans’ lone AFC South win came against the Tennessee Titans in Week 2, which happens to be the last time the Texans have won a game.

With the standings pretty much self-explanatory, here is a quick look back at this past Sunday for the division with the Colts defeating the Titans, the Jaguars winning at Cleveland and the Texans losing their 10th straight game, this one against the New England Patriots.

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