FANTASY FOOTBALL\nAFC SOUTH PREVIEW\nMVPs\n\nTrust the Process. Working on figuring out a way to do live broadcasts to you guys.\nHOUSTON TEXANS\nOFFENSE (B+)\nDeshaun Watson (QB1) was playing like a MVP before he went down last season, even outscoring Tom Brady. The Texans are returning all of his weapons from DeAndre Hopkins (WR1) to Will Fuller (WR3) and the quickly improved Bruce Ellington (WR4). Still no emphasis on a TE taking over that team, committee will be the approach.\n\nRunning the ball Lamar Miller (RB2) is locked and loaded to be the starter but Dont'a Freeman (RB4) looks very talented and could be a larger threat if he is healthy during Training Camp. Alfred Blue (RB5) is healthy as well and he has improved a lot since his backup Arian Foster days.\n\nTexans O-Line is a work in progress, Watson will have to buy time with his legs often and he has the weapons to make it work regardless. Watson in Shotgun is tough to stop.\nDEFENSE (A-)\nTexans D is supposed to have a healthy JJ Watt this year, which is HUGE. Clowney and Mercilus are still there to rack up huge sack numbers. No more Cushing, but Mckinnley and Cunningham were drafted to be the future, and the future is now. Texans Front 7 is tough to get good production off of this year, especially with the pass rush.\n\nSecondary is the strongest it has been in some time. Great addition grabbing the Honey Badger Tyrann Mathieu. Jonathan Joseph and Kevin Johnson are still there at corner, but sneaking away with Slot corner Aaron Colvin from the Jags was a nice sleeper move. All in all, a decent group that can definitely make life tough for QBs.\nINDY COLTS\nOFFENSE (B-)\nFrank Riech the Eagles OC from last season will see what he can do with Andrew Luck (QB2). Like mentioned earlier, the Colts focused their draft in improving their O-Line, so let us assume Luck has time.\n\nT.Y. Hilton (WR1) is far beyond the WR talent on this team. Chester Rogers (WR5) and Ryan Grant (WR5) are the other options for Luck to find. Jack Doyle (TE2) will get his 50+ Yards, good PPR option. Still not a lot of talent with that WR core.\n\nRunning the ball, Marlon Mack (RB3) is a special talent and someone to target. Need to see how much better he looks than Nyheim Hines (RB5) who does look like a special talent. Robert Turbin (RB5) is the lead guy to be the 3rd down RB, but even though he is a 3rd down RB for a majority of his career, has not been that effective.\n\nLots of TY Hilton this year.\nDEFENSE (C-)\nJabaal Sheard and Denico Autry is a nice sleeper combo at DE. However the rest of the Colts front 7 is a joke. A rookie and two non starters makes up their LB core, and Al Woods can only do so much when is double-teamed. He is also coming to the end of a long career.\n\nCorner back situation features non starter his whole career in Quincy Wilson with other rookies and journey men. Malik Hooker is the only good thing about this defense, and he will likely get a ton of action this year making him a nice sleeper for IDP.\n\nHorrible Defense for the Colts this year is guaranteed.\nJACKSONVILLE JAGUARS\nOFFENSE (B-)\nJags O-Line got stronger with the addition of Norwell, which means Leonard Fournette (RB1) will be seeing touch after touch after touch. Blake Bortles (QB2) returns without Allen Robinson on the roster, did not have him last year. Allen Hurns is gone as well. Which means Marqise Lee (WR3) should be a target hog.\u00a0 Dede Westbrook (WR3) definitely has upside, and and Donte Moncrief (WR4) has never really lived up to the potential. Do not forget about Kel Cole (WR4) and the Jags are actually pretty stacked at WR this year.\n\nFournette will be running with a lot of touches.\nDEFENSE (A+)\nThe BEAST DOME Defense of last season is at it again. Ngakoue had 12 Sacks last year, Calais Campbell played like a Hall of Famer, and Dante Fowler gives this team an amazing pass rush. Malik Jackson and Marcell Dareus can eat up the middle making it impossible to rush for any yards. No more Paul Pos, but Telvin Smith is still there to Man the unit and Myles Jack the Ex-UCLA RB is a big playmaker at OLB.\u00a0 Jags Front 7 is dominant.\n\nSecondary remains at a Pro Bowl caliber level. Jalen Ramsey is one the best at corner, A.J. Bouye was a stud last season, and bringing in former 1st Round pick DJ Hayden can bring him to his stardom with this roster. Throw in Barry Churck and Tashaun Gipson two of the Top safeties in the NFL. Easy to remember why this unit is so BEAST.\nTENNESSEE TITANS\nOFFENSE (B+)\nThe Titans are hoping that LeFluer who worked with Jared Goff last year will learn about enough from McVay to turn Marcus Mariota (QB2) into a stud. It was all about deception with the Rams playbook and Mariota has plenty of that. He also has one of the best offensive Line's in the league. Dion Lewis (RB3) will be in a timeshare with Derrick Henry (RB3). Both are very talented, but both will hurt eachother every week. While many believe Lewis is the guy, I believe Henry will end up with more carries when it is all said and done.\n\nWR core is still deep. Rishard Matthews (WR4\/3) is still the man crush for Mariota, but so is Delanie Walker (TE1). On top of that the improving Corey Davis (WR4\/3) is still an option and many consider him the #1. The return of Tajae Sharpe who Mariota really had a man crush on 2 years ago will only compicate this love triangle.\n\nRegardless the Titans are going to be running more than throwing, and Mariota is not a lock for 2 TD passes a game. Even though the Titans offense does look great this year on paper.\nDEFENSE (A)\nTitans get a great pass rush from Jarrell Casey who can easily end up with 10+ Sacks. Bennie Logan was a solid signing at DT to stop the run. At first it seemed bad the Titans lost Avery Williamson, but Wesley Woodyard is still there and their 1st Round pick Rashaan Evans at MLB is a BEAST. When you throw in playmaker Brian Orakpo and Derrick Morgan! Game over, great Front 7.\n\nTitans Secondary is just as strong. Logan Ryan reunites with Malcom Butler who is playing with a chip on his shoulder after the Super Bowl benching. Adoree Jackson as the 3rd corner might give Titans the best CB trio. Kevin Byard is an up and coming start at Safety and Jonathan Cyprien when healthy can lead all DB's in tackles.\n\nTitans D is going to be tough to beat.