NFL standings 2022: Every AFC South team lost in Week 13




 

The Jacksonville Jaguars' 40-14 loss to the Detroit Lions was an embarrassing blowout that raised serious questions about the team's progress in rebuilding its defense. The loss didn't cost the Jaguars any ground in the AFC South, though.

All four teams in the division lost in Week 13 and none of the games were particularly close. The Tennessee Titans lost to by 25 against the Philadelphia Eagles and the Houston Texans hung around early before losing 27-14 to the Cleveland Browns. The finale Sunday was the Indianapolis Colts' 54-19 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in primetime.

With every team in the AFC South dropping a game Sunday, here are the division standings with five weeks left:

  1. Tennessee Titans: 7-5

  2. Indianapolis Colts: 4-8-1

  3. Jacksonville Jaguars: 4-8

  4. Houston Texans: 1-10-1

Week 14 will be a consequential one for the division with the Titans and Jaguars set to meet on Sunday. If Tennessee wins, it'll slam the door shut on both Jacksonville and Indianapolis. If the Jaguars pull off the road upset, they'll be two games back with four weeks left, including a Week 18 game at home against the Titans.

Jacksonville didn't look anything like a playoff team in Week 13, and it blew a huge opportunity to make things interesting in the AFC South. But the Jaguars are still technically in the hunt, even if it doesn't feel like it.

Story originally appeared on Jaguars Wire

COMMENTS

More Related News

Super Bowl 2023: Date, start time, who is playing and how to watch live
Super Bowl 2023: Date, start time, who is playing and how to watch live

Super Bowl LVII is the culmination of the 2022/23 NFL season, with the winner getting the chance to lift the coveted Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Poll: Which player do you want the Lions to draft at No. 6 overall?
Poll: Which player do you want the Lions to draft at No. 6 overall?

Poll: Which player do you want the Lions to draft at No. 6 overall with certain players already off the list?

How growing up in an MLB clubhouse prepared Patrick Mahomes for NFL stardom
How growing up in an MLB clubhouse prepared Patrick Mahomes for NFL stardom

Pat Mahomes, former MLB pitcher and father of Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes, told his son to quit football, thinking his future was in baseball or basketball.

The 5 Best Smart TV Deals to Nab Before Super Bowl LVII
The 5 Best Smart TV Deals to Nab Before Super Bowl LVII

These bargains will help you upgrade your home viewing setup before the big game.

Roads, stadiums and DCS: What
Roads, stadiums and DCS: What's in Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee's $55.6B budget proposal

Memphis sports venues, TPAC's move, DCS and new roads are the top items in Gov. Bill Lee's $55.6 billion budget proposal.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked with *

Cancel reply

Comments

Top News: Football