Found February 08, 2013 on Football Nation:
In 2011 the NFC South sent two teams, the New Orleans Saints and the Atlanta Falcons, to the playoffs, with these two teams combining for 23 wins in that season.In 2012 the division did not do so well with the Falcons going 13-3 and with the other three teams all finishing with a 7-9 record.However, despite a poor showing from the NFC South last season, I think that the South will be the most exciting division to watch in 2013. In this article I will discuss what I think each of the four teams in the division will have to offer to make the division so exciting.
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