Southbound and Up: The Top 10 Offseason Moves In The NFC South

August 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

2010 is a big season for the NFC South.
On one end are the defending Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints, who return 20 of their 22 starters and are poised to make a run at back-to-back Lombardi Trophies.
On the other end are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, now entering year two of a post-Gruden rebuilding phase and with seemingly nowhere to go but up.
And, in between, you have the Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers looking to return to the playoffs after a season away.
All in all, you have four teams who have made dozens of personnel moves, draft picks, and front office shake-ups over the last six months.
In the pages that follow are perhaps the 10 biggest moves, and I say perhaps because of a couple caveats.
Firstly, none of the next 10 slides will say “Team X drafted Player Y.” Seriously, if Tampa Bay didn’t think Gerald McCoy would make an impact, they wouldn’t have drafted him at No. 2, right?
So while McCoy, Brian Price, ...

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