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Five Great Players To See Live in the AFC South

Although the AFC South doesn’t sport the parity of competition that other divisions in the NFL have showcased in 2014, that doesn’t mean there aren’t a ton of great individual performers in it. In fact, the AFC South is home to arguable the most exciting young offensive and defensive players in the entire league. So like something you’d want to watch live and in person? Then head over to ScoreBig.com, where you’ll save big on every ticket, every day. Here are five awesome players from the AFC South:

At 1-7 through 8 weeks, the Jacksonville Jaguars ticket holders have had little to smile about, but Denard Robinson has proven a big bright spot for their season. He was a dual threat quarterback in his college days at Michigan, and has been converted into a first rate running back on the pro level, sporting back-to-back 100 yard games to close the month of October.

Similarly, though Tennessee Titans tickets will be spent on a team that’s out of the postseason hunt, but there’s little to complain about when it comes to young receiver Kendell Wright. He’s one of the fastest, most exciting wide-outs in the game, and he’s only going to get better as he adjusts to offensive guru Ken Wisenhunt’s system over time.

Looking for Indianapolis Colts tickets? Why wouldn’t you be? Quarterback Andrew Luck is rightfully celebrated as one of the best QBs in the NFL, but it sure helps to have first class wide receivers like TY Hilton & Reggie Wayne running routes for you. Reggie Wayne is the 14 year veteran and Hilton the young neophyte, but together they’ve form quite the combo, totaling 1,300 receiving yards already this season!

Houston Texans defensive lineman JJ Watt is a living beast of a human being. He’s the most versatile defensive player in the sport—not only goes he shed blockers and hassle quarterbacks with effortless ease, but he also has the athleticism of the league’s best cornerbacks. He’s earned the nickname JJ “Swatt” for his ability to knock down passes at the line of scrimmage, and by week 6 he had already returned three turnovers for touchdowns!



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