GOT IT ON LOCK
New Orleans continued to flex it's muscle, capturing it's fourth straight Division Title but Tampa Bay reared it's head under new leadership, while the Panthers and Falcons endured another losing season.
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
The Saints have been afforded the luxury of pretty much keeping the same roster in tact for the last four years, which has led to a strong run of Playoff appearances. The stellar play Running Back of Alvin Kamara and a tough defense kept New Orleans on top despite some major injuries.
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
Tampa Bay made a big splash in the off-season landing Future Hall of Fame Quarterback Tom Brady and he proved to be worth every penny, as he led the Buccaneers back into the Post Season for the first time since 2007.
The Panthers had alot of new or unfamiliar moving pieces on both sides of the football as well as a new Head Coach, so expectations were mild to begin with but when All Pro Running Back Christian McCaffery was loss due to injury, Carolina lost it's mojo.
The end of an era in Atlanta seems on the horizon with All Time Falcon greats Matt Ryan and Julio Jones getting up in age. They both still have some good football left but the team reached it's ceiling back in 2016 and haven't come close since.