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A look around the NFC South on SB Nation

It’s been quite a week for Drew Brees

NFL: NFC Wild Card-Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

Atlanta Falcons (via The Falcoholic)

Falcons Fans Delighted in Brees Unenviable Spot in the Limelight. Brees’ controversial statement about players kneeling in protest of social inequalities during the national anthem unsurprisingly made Falcons fans quite happy.

Falcons picked third. ESPN’s projection has Atlanta and their schadenfreuding finishing third in the NFC South this upcoming season. Take that Atlanta.

How will the Saints finish the 2020 season? The staff at The Falcoholic debates how your New Orleans Saints will finish the 2020 year.


Carolina Panthers (via Cat Scratch Reader)

Black Lives Matter. Bold and powerful piece over at Cat Scratch Reader.

Former Panther speaks out on Drew Brees. Julius Peppers talks about Brees’ comments and the firestorm that ensued.

Luke Kuechly joins Panthers front office. It is still hard for me to believe that we won’t see Kuechly matching wits with NFC South quarterbacks on the field. The former linebacker is now a pro scout for the Panthers organization.


Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via Bucs Nation)

Bruce Arians speaks on social issues in America. Following the social media storm that surrounded Drew Brees and in view of the current social events in America, the Bucs head coach added his voice to the chorus.

What is your All NFC South Preseason Team? Our friends at Bucs Nation vote for the NFC South’s All-division team prior to the start of the season.

CBS picks the Bucs’ “Franchise Five” An interesting series called the “Franchise Five,” which highlights five players that were instrumental to the history of the Buccaneers franchise.