Here is a look at the top stories being discussed on the other three NFC South blogs on SB Nation.
- Falcons confirm their XFL status with unveiling of new uniforms: Atlanta has new uniforms/ They look bad. Really bad. But at this point, mired in mediocrity, Atlanta is willing to try anything to get back to winning.
- What has caused Atlanta’s defensive mediocrity under Dan Quinn? The soon-to-be 6th year head coach of the Falcons came from Seattle with an outstanding defensive pedigree. Somewhere along the way however, Dan Quinn lost his touch, and his Atlanta Falcons have been nothing like the defenses he had in the Emerald City.
- Another former LSU Tiger in Atlanta? The Falcons count outstanding linebacker Deion Jones and wide receiver Russel Gage among their LSU Tigers contingent. Now, picking at number 16 in the upcoming NFL draft, Atlanta might be able to add talented pass rusher and former Bayou Bengal K’Lavon Chaisson to their roster. I will be performing a few Voodoo dances to make sure this does not happen.
- What the hell is going on out there? Yes, not to be outdone by the Dirty Birds, the Bucs too have just unveiled new uniforms. Let me tell you something, the competition is fierce between Atlanta and Tampa Bay...for best-dressed team in the NFC South.
- And because Twitter is Twitter, this is a look at fans reactions to the unveiling of the pirates new unis.
- General manager Jason Licht talks about Tampa Bay’s plans for the NFL draft. An interesting look at how the Bucs try to build around newly-acquired Tom Brady via the upcoming draft.
- Two Panthers make NFL’s All Decade Team: On a list that did not include New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, former Carolina Panthers Luke Kuechly and Julius Peppers made it. As disappointing as the Brees’ snub was, it is hard to argue with Kuechly and Peppers selections. Both players are very likely headed to Canton someday.
- Carolina braces for defensive woes in 2020: Gone is defensive-minded head coach Ron Rivera, enter offense-oriented Matt Rhule. Add to that the retirement of Luke Kuechly, and the stingy Panthers’ defense we came to know and loathe the last few years may be gone for good.
- Panthers’ draft strategy could be to trade down: A very intriguing look at how the Panthers could maximize their haul by trading down in a loaded NFL draft.