I would argue the bigger problem is that the gap between the Jags and the Colts. . . or really the Jags and everyone else is far too small.
Really sick of the Jags always being next year's champions. Every draft they are drafting in the top 5, they never make major improvements. But then every year you've got writers convinced they have an actual shot this year.
I say take 14.5% from the Jags. Give the Texans 4.5% and put them at 40.6%. Give the Colts 10% and put them at 38%. Leave the Jags at 10% and that might be too much.
This is a 3 way race between the Titans, Texans and the Colts. Last year the Titans and the Texans had the same record and the Colts where only 1 game behind. The Jags where dragging up the rear and only had like 3 wins.