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2011 PFF All-AFC South Team: Sit Down Before Reading

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NASHVILLE, TN - OCTOBER 23:  Arian Foster #23 of the Houston Texans outruns Michael Griffin #33 the Tennessee Titans for a touchdown during play at LP Field on October 23, 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee.  (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
NASHVILLE, TN - OCTOBER 23: Arian Foster #23 of the Houston Texans outruns Michael Griffin #33 the Tennessee Titans for a touchdown during play at LP Field on October 23, 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
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Typically here at MCM, we'll link stuff on the front page and offer our own insights. Every once in a while, though, something comes along that's so powerful (and in this case, ignorant) that it doesn't warrant further commentary. That's exactly what happened this morning when I headed over to PFF to check out their All-AFC South Team:

Guards: Leroy Harris, TEN and Jake Scott, TEN

It was like watching a different Harris this year, who looked much better in Year 2 as the Titans’ starting left guard. Both he and Scott were better with their pass protection, but given the level of play from the guards this year (featuring a real down year from Wade Smith) that was enough for both men.

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Safeties: Michael Griffin, TEN and Antoine Bethea, IND

This wasn’t the easiest spot to pick, but in the end, we looked past Michael Griffins’ habits of biting hard on play fakes to link him up with the active Bethea who made 21 more tackles in run defense than any other safety.

Feel free to click through the link as there are other Titans on the list that actually deserve to be there. I love PFF and all the time they put into their work, but these latest evaluations really give me pause. If these three can slip through the cracks and be considered best in division, can any of their evaluations be trusted?