• NFC South evening update

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Oct 17, 2012
    Take a look at the NFC South standings. In the history of the NFC South, there have been, 17 1,000-yard seasons. So I’ll take it upon myself to ask the most relevant question in the NFC South right now: Who’s playing for second place? Let’s not worry about hurting feelings here. On the bright side, defensive tackle Corey Peters is eligible to come off the physically unable to perform list after the bye and his presence should help the run game improve. He let his team down again with his four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing substances.
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    • Will NFC South have 1,000-yard rusher?

      For only the second time in its history, the NFC South could finish a season without a 1,000-yard rusher. A player needs to average 62.5 yards per game to reach a 1,000. At the moment, Tampa Bay’s Doug Martin is the only NFC South player on pace for 1,0
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    • Who's No. 2 in the NFC South?

      Unless Mike Smith gives Roddy White his Twitter password back, the Atlanta Falcons aren’t going to say it. And Larry Bird isn't participating in 3-point competitions these days. So I’ll take it upon myself to ask the most relevant question in the NFC
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    • NFC South evening update

      Time for a look at the top headlines from around the division: ATLANTA FALCONS Atlanta cornerback Asante Samuel, apparently still miffed that Philadelphia’s Andy Reid reportedly said he was in steep decline, took some shots at his former coach via Twitt
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    • Stock Watch: NFC South

      FALLING Matt Ryan, quarterback, Falcons. Let’s be clear that I’m not bashing the body of work of the guy that probably is the leading candidate for MVP right now. But Ryan didn’t have his best game Sunday. He threw three interceptions. A few more ou
      Source: ESPN.com

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