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Rate Your Steelers Hate Results: The AFC South

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You voted and the votes are in for BTSC’s latest look at the team's in each division of the NFL that you like the least. This time around, it’s the AFC South.

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In our series to determine the most hated teams in each division of the NFL, Steeler fans had the least amount of problems with the NFC for the most part, with the exception of a few teams. Of course, that stems from playing them only once every four years. The results for the teams of the AFC South were fairly reminiscent of that of an NFC team. They were lightly regarded mostly as a franchise to hate.

Let’s check out the totals for the AFC South...

Tennessee Titans - 54% (243 Votes)

Indianapolis Colts - 20% (88 Votes)

Jacksonville Jaguars - 19% (83 Votes)

Houston Texans - 7% (32 Votes)

There’s not a whole lot of hate for the South. The Titans being the former Oilers, the Terrible Towel incident of 2008 and the 2002 Divisional Game was the reason for them getting the nod. The Colts received votes because of the media’s obsession with Andrew Luck and Peyton Manning. The Jaguars/Steelers history in the 90s kept them in the mix. The Texans didn't get a lot of votes.

Check us out starting today for our look at the unlove for each team of the NFC South in “Rate Your Steelers Hate:Part Six”.