Indianapolis Colts (12-4): There is no challenge for the Colts coming from the AFC South, so they will have smooth sailing to win their division. The addition to some key veterans might be enough to get them past the Patriots in the postseason, that is, if they remain healthy with enough left in the tank.
Houston Texans (7-9): Their defense, with Clowney healthy, could be better than ever. Yet on the offensive side of the ball things don't look any better than last season. Hoyer, although not the worst QB in all of football, isn't going to turn anything around. They might of been okay if Foster was healthy for the first half of the season.
Jacksonville Jaguars (6-10): Julius Thomas might give the Jaguars a bit of a spark on offense. They have a young talented group of players but they aren't ready to make a huge spike in total victories quite yet.
Tennessee Titans (5-11): Can Marcus Mariota be the franchise QB that the Titans are looking for? Time will tell... however they made some key additions during free agency and the draft that could slowly bring them back into relevance.