• All-NFC West midseason team

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Nov 7, 2012
    All four division teams have played eight games, so that means it’s time for our All-NFC South midseason team. First a quick note to let you know that the All-NFC South midseason team will be coming shortly. Keep checking back. Anyway, we learned today on Graziano’s All-NFC East Midseason Team that six Redskins made the cut. It’s essentially just the updated version of its weekly All-NFC East Team, considering Graziano selects his picks based on an entire season’s body of work and not a week-by-week evaluation. This is a site-wide midseason exercise in which each of our eight division bloggers has done his own all-division team, but we've kept the format the same as we usually do four linebackers and four defensive linemen, for instance, to reflect that half of our division plays a 3-4 and the other half a 4-3. Tight end Greg Olsen’s infant son, TJ, came home from the hospital Tuesday after having heart surgery Nakia Hogan writes that both interim coach Joe Vitt and coordinator Steve Spagnuolo said the attacking style of defense the Saints played Monday night against the Eagles might have been just a temporary thing.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • ‘All-NFC East Midseason Team’ Released

      (AP photo) One week after a season-best eight Redskins appeared on ESPN.com NFC East Blogger Dan Graziano’s All-NFC East Team, the site has released its ‘All-NFC East Midseason Team.’ It’s essentially just the updated version of its weekly All-NFC
      Source: redskins.com
    • Around the NFC South

      First a quick note to let you know that the All-NFC South midseason team will be coming shortly. Keep checking back. Meantime, let's take a stroll through the division's top headlines: ATLANTA FALCONS Complete with pictures that show a great block by re…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • NFC South midseason bests/worsts

    We rolled out our All-NFC South midseason team Wednesday. Now, it’s time to run through some other bests and worsts from the first half of the season. Best job by a head coach: Atlanta’s Mike Smith is 8-0. You can’t even consider anyone else. Best j
    Source: ESPN.com

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