AFC Power Rankings Week 11: Bengals stay at No. 2 despite loss (MNF update)

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. AFC South. 3-6. Jacksonville Jaguars. 12. player. 10

Big win for the Jaguars in Week 10, and as a result, they are in the thick of the AFC South race. In fact, it’s a very realistic possibility that the Jags will be 6-6 when they play host to the Colts on December 13th, as their next three games feature the Titans, Chargers and then the Titans again.

The Jaguars’ pair of Allen wideouts combined for 113 yards and a pair of touchdown on 10 catches, and you can bet that Blake Bortles is enjoying their company these days. On the other side of the ball, former Green Bay Packer Davon House finally proved his worth, snagging not one but two interceptions of Joe Flacco on Sunday.

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