Four Titans make All-AFC South team

In a weak AFC South the Tennessee Titans managed just three wins in 2015.

Still, as the four of us who cover teams in the division for ESPN.com convened to put together an All-AFC South Team, we found room for four players from Tennessee.

Delanie Walker is the unquestioned tight end, Jurrell Casey is playing opposite the Houston Texans' J.J. Watt at end in our 3-4 front, Avery Williamson is paired with Houston’s Brian Cushing at inside linebacker and Brian Orakpo is the outside linebacker opposite the Texans’ Whitney Mercilus.

It’s not a bad showing for such a bad team.

The third-place Jacksonville Jaguars provided one of the Titans’ wins, and placed a team-high eight players, while the division champion Texans have seven and the Indianapolis Colts six.

Walker and Casey made the Pro Bowl as first alternates.

Orakpo had a very solid first season, but it would have been better if Derrick Morgan had been healthier longer and provided a pass-rush threat from the other side. Williamson is a rare draft pick who’s developed quickly and was both the team’s defensive signal-caller and an every-down linebacker.

Had Marcus Mariota not missed four games, he likely would have had a good battle with Blake Bortles at quarterbacking this team. As a rookie, he lost out.