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Houston Texans Podcast: 2021 NFL Season Preview—The AFC South

BRB’s 2021 NFL Season Preview continues with the AFC South.

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For most NFL fans, the AFC South is an abhorrent wasteland of putrescent pestilence, a reeking virus that plagues the NFL with piss colored jerseys, terrible hairlines, incompetent front offices, mad dash playoff runs that ruin bright and beautiful seasons, hillbilly raccoons, swimming pools, chin dimples, kumbaya organizational cultures, generational quarterback destruction, and many neckbeards.

It’s different for me. The AFC South is home. I am a swamp thing, rejuvenated down in the muck, cowering from the light, fornicating in the dredges. You can keep your Super Bowl contenders and fantastical schematic innovations. I’d rather die than carry my mortal coils like you.

On this episode of Battle Red Radio, Matt Weston and his good friend Taylor preview the AFC South. Topics include the schism in the Texans’ offseason, how many games Houston would win with Deshaun Watson under center, piling on Carson Wentz, proving once again that Chris Ballard is overrated, how God loves Jags, Urban Myer meme status, the questions surrounding the Tennessee offense, and the Titans’ 32nd defensive projection.

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