The final division to look at in the NFC is the NFC South where Matty Ice and his Atlanta Falcons have been battling the New Orleans Saints for Division Supremacy, but look out for #1 draft pick Cam Newton on the Carolina Panthers.
Atlanta Falcons: 87
Roddy White (96 overall, 92 speed) and Julio Jones (78 overall, 94 speed) provide Matt Ryan with plenty of firepower from the outside, while Michael Turner (93 overall) and Jerious Norwood (95) are just the type of one-two punch from the backfield “Madden” gamers live for.
New Orleans Saints: 85
Drew Brees has three receivers with over 90 speed to throw to, and a rookie runner in Mark Ingram who struts onto the field with 95 toughness and 87 trucking. Talk about a team that can drive a defense crazy.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 84
When I got the ratings, one of the first things I looked up was LeGarrette Blount’s jump rating (84), but it’s his 98 trucking ability that will make him a “Madden” favorite up the middle.
Carolina Panthers: 72
Cam Newton is going to be a handful for virtual defenses. Check these numbers: 83 speed, 94 acceleration, 97 throwing power, 81 throwing accuracy. Should make Steve Smith a happy man.