How does the AFC South look going into the 2013 NFL season? Let's take a look.The AFC South has one of the best teams in the AFC, but also some of the worst. Will the Texans finally be able to capitalise on their stacked roster? Or will the Colts retake the division with their second-year star quarterback Andrew Luck? Let's take a look. You can check out our previous previews here: NFC North, NFC South, NFC East, AFC West, AFC North, AFC East, NFC West. - Houston Texans The Texans went out and got a receiver to work alongside WR Andre Johnson in the draft, and might have hit paydirt with DeAndre Hopkins. The health of RB Arian Foster will be the team's greatest concern heading into the season. How they manage him through to the postseason will be vital. Their defense looks to be tested early in the season with games against the Ravens, 49ers and Seahawks. They'll know very early if their playoff hopes are legitimate. The unit is in its third year under coordinator Wade Phillips and needs to prove they can get it done in big games. They have the weapons, including DEs J.J. Watt and Antonio Smith and new addition S Ed Reed. Indianapolis Colts The Colts will look to their QB, Andrew Luck, to once again run the offence this year, his new weapon WR Darius Heyward-Bey should provide a nice deep threat alongside veteran Reggie Wayne and T.Y. Hilton. Perhaps the biggest improvement to this offence is the addition of RB Ahmad Bradshaw, who is a solid runner (and fantastic blocker) who could handle every-down work. However, the Colts have to deal with an questionable offensive line and defense that has shown only marginal improvement and upgrades this offseason. Once again it'll be up to Luck to win games in 2013. Tennessee Titans The Titans might have improved their O-line this offseason with OGs Chance Warmack (via draft) and John Levite (via free agency) which will certainly help RB Chris Johnson find some gaps, but the fact is quarterback Jake Locker remains a major question mark for this team. For all their improvements on offence, the Titans still look very iffy on defense. Their run defense will most likely still be an issue, as will their secondary, despite the veteran additions such as S Bernard Pollard. Jacksonville Jaguars The Jaguars might surprise this season. They won't blow anybody away, but they might have the odd surprising win. QB Blaine Gabbert appears to have developed well this preseason, and RB Maurice Jones-Drew is reportedly healthy and read to go. Gabbert has some weapons too, WR Cecil Shorts came out of nowhere to be a solid receiving option and suspended Justin Blackmon has shown that he can be a huge big-play threat. New head coach Gus Bradley will have his work cut out for him on defense, but it might take some time until his rookie players in the secondary, Jonathan Cyprien and Dwayne Gratz, are up to covering the dangerous receivers of the AFC South. - Quick Prediction Here's out I think the division will end up in 2013. Texans 11-5 Colts 10-6 Jaguars 6-10 Titans 4-12 What do you think? How will the AFC South shape up by the end of the season?