As we approach the NFL Draft, teams will be preparing for the upcoming season as they start their mandatory off-season workouts.
A number of clubs have improved their roster during free-agency, but which one has it all to win the Super Bowl?
Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers last reached the Super Bowl
Last night was the second weekend of the NFL playoffs, and it began with the Seattle Seahawks traveling to Atlanta to take on the Falcons in the first game of the NFC divisional round. Away games have seemed to be Seattle’s Kryptonite this season, coming into the game at 3-3-1
2014 has seen the NFC South go from one of the strongest divisions in the NFL to the laughing-stock in all of professional sports. I understand that winning any division in the NFL is a tough order to accomplish but this season could see a team go 6-10 or 5-11
The Chicago Bears (2-3) and the Atlanta Falcons (2-3) will go head to head later this afternoon. Both teams have their fair share of both strengths and weaknesses. The Falcons are led by the seasoned Matt Ryan. He's been having one of the best seasons of his already impressive career.
Last season, the NFC South sent two of its teams to the playoffs. The Carolina Panthers won the division and the number two seed in the NFC with a 12-4 record. The New Orleans Saints snagged a wild card spot and the number five seed with a record of 11-5.