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
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.
This time last year, the New Orleans Saints and New England Patriots were both 4-0. They looked like two of the toughest teams in the NFL and many even predicted these two would meet in the Super Bowl.
This season? They have a combined record of 3-5 and look like shells
A late field goal by kicker Matt Bryant in overtime was all the Falcons needed to slide past the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. The final score was 37-34, though it does not reflect the majority of the game, more of a tale of two halves. In fact, the Saints