Colts Hold One-Game AFC South Lead Through Seven Weeks

Intro: The 2015 NFL season is seven weeks old. What does the AFC South look like after seven weeks?


INDIANAPOLIS – With three of the four AFC South teams losing on Sunday, the Colts maintained their one-game lead in the division.

Houston's loss to the Dolphins allowed the Colts to keep their one-game cushion as we near the halfway point of the regular season. The Texans also will be without their franchise's all-time leading rusher, Arian Foster (Achilles), for the remainder of the season.

Thanks to Jacksonville's 34-31 win in London, the Jaguars are now tied with the Texans at 2-5.

The Titans dropped a home contest, 10-7, to the Falcons on Sunday afternoon.

Here's a look at the AFC South through Week Seven:

1. Indianapolis (3-4, 3-0 in the division)

-Remaining Schedule: @Panthers, Broncos, @Falcons, Buccaneers, @Steelers, @Jaguars, Texans, @Dolphins, Titans2. Houston (2-5, 1-1 in the division)

-Remaining Schedule: Titans, @Bengals, Jets, Saints, @Bills, Patriots, @Colts, @Titans, Jaguars

3. Jacksonville (2-5, 0-2 in the division)

-Remaining Schedule: @Jets, @Ravens, Titans, Chargers, @Titans, Colts, Falcons, @Saints, @Texans

4. Tennessee (1-5, 0-1 in the division)

-Remaining Schedule: @Texans, @Saints, Panthers, @Jaguars, Raiders, Jaguars, @Jets, @Patriots, Texans, @Colts

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