Playbook picks: Jags to win first AFC South title?

The symbolic AFC South title has resided at Indianapolis so often, that there might as well be a giant horseshoe in the middle of it. The Colts have won six of the eight titles since the division was created in 2002.

Well, there will be another top cat this year, according to two of three of our “Playbook” analysts.

Solomon Wilcots and Brian Baldinger both expect the Jaguars to go into Lucas Oil Field and emerge wearing the AFC South crown. Michael Lombardi, however, is on his own as not yet ready to give up on Indy.

Without further ado, take a look at all of their Week 15 picks:

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Chiefs at Rams
Wilcots: Rams
Lombardi: Chiefs
Baldinger: ChiefsĀ 

Falcons at Seahawks
Wilcots: Falcons
Lombardi: Falcons
Baldinger: Falcons

Lions at Buccaneers
Wilcots: Buccaneers
Lombardi: Lions
Baldinger: Buccaneers

Bears at Vikings
Wilcots: Vikings
Lombardi: Vikings
Baldinger: Bears

Cardinals at Panthers
Wilcots: Panthers
Lombardi: Cardinals
Baldinger: Cardinals

Redskins at Cowboys
Wilcots: Cowboys
Lombardi: Cowboys
Baldinger: Cowboys

Eagles at Giants
Wilcots: Giants
Lombardi: Eagles
Baldinger: Giants

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Saints at Ravens
Wilcots: Saints
Lombardi: Ravens
Baldinger: Saints

Jaguars at Colts
Wilcots: Jaguars
Lombardi: Colts
Baldinger: Jaguars

Texans at Titans
Wilcots: Texans
Lombardi: Titans
Baldinger: Titans

Broncos at Raiders
Wilcots: Raiders
Lombardi: Raiders
Baldinger: Raiders

Packers at Patriots
Wilcots: Patriots
Lombardi: Patriots
Baldinger: Patriots

Bills at Dolphins
Wilcots: Dolphins
Lombardi: Dolphins
Baldinger: Dolphins

Jets at Steelers
Wilcots: Steelers
Lombardi: Steelers
Baldinger: Steelers

Browns at Bengals
Wilcots: Bengals
Lombardi: Browns
Baldinger: Browns

Playbook” combines Xs-and-Os analysis of each NFL game with roundtable debates on the NFL’s hottest topics. For more information, check out NFL Network’s broadcast schedule.

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