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NFC South – A Tale of Divergence

updated September 29, 2014by September 29, 2014

Saints and Buccaneers Headed in Opposite Directions   You never know what the NFL is going to bring you. here we are in the fourth week and we’ve got two teams on the slate for analysis. One, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, entered the weekend 0-3 and coming off a total blowout. The New Orleans Saints […]

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2014 Atlanta Falcons – Healthy and Hungry

updated August 1, 2014by August 1, 2014

    The Atlanta Falcons entered the Mike Smith era and immediately got better. Smith laid the foundation for a talented Falcons regime, exercised discipline in the draft and free agent markets, building an upwardly mobile franchise. Atlanta hit the post-season party four times before hitting the brick wall of 2103. It was a bad […]

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NFL Tickets – NFC South Picks

updated August 20, 2013by August 20, 2013

The NFC South is a topsy turvy division and rarely returns a winner for the second season in a row. Clearly there are two teams here that can win this thing but neither will get through the 2013 NFL season without some trying times.     Atlanta Falcons – Atlanta has been on the rise […]

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NFL Tickets – Falcons the New Kings of the NFC South?

updated September 24, 2012by September 24, 2012

    Are the Atlanta Falcons the new kings of the NFC South? It certainly looks that way to me at the moment. Not only is Atlanta 3-0 but they’ve managed to get there in a pretty convincing fashion. The Falcons are playing well on both sides of the ball as Matt Ryan appears to […]

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Bold Prediction for the NFC South

updated August 27, 2012by August 27, 2012

  Last year, the New Orleans Saints took the NFC South by storm and unfortunately fell short of another NFC Championship game in the Superdome.  I can say, being a Saints fan, that the Saints have never had an offseason like this before.  Drama with the alleged “bounty” scandal and a wiretapping rumor circled the […]

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