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A collection of news and stories from the other SB Nation NFC South blogs


Atlanta Falcons (via The Falcoholic)

Did you know? Matt Ryan leads the NFL in 300-yard passing games the past two years. Despite the Falcons subpar record the past two seasons, or perhaps because of it, the Falcons’ quarterback has been prolific throwing the ball in 2018 and 2019.

The five most important offensive players for Atlanta. Like the Saints have been for most of Sean Payton’s tenure, the Falcons are a team that relies on its offense first. This week, The Falcoholic looks at center Alex Mack.

Which NFC South team has the cornerback group? Another installment of The Falcoholic series about positions groups in the NFC South.


Carolina Panthers (via Cat Scratch Reader)

Jerry Richardson’s statue is gone. What’s next? Cat Scratch Reader discusses what should replace the disgraced former owner’s now removed statue.

Defensive end Brian Burns: a name you should remember. As a rookie last season, Burns showed that he could quickly become a household name in the NFC South.

Christian McCaffrey is PFF’s top running back for 2020. The Panthers’ running back will be a thorn in other NFC South’s teams for years to come. Fortunately, as last year showed, he alone can’t carry a team to a winning record.


Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via Bucs Nation)

Is Tampa Bay about to add another quarterback? The Bucs may want better insurance behind old man Brady.

We now have images of Brady in a Bucs uniform. And yes, that’s newsworthy. Thanks COVID.

Wide receiver Josh Gordon applying to be reinstated by the NFL for the 98th times. And of course, the Bucs would be a prime destination, given the history between Gordon and Brady.