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Bucky Brooks & Elliot Harrison reveal their 2017 NFL Draft grades for the Falcons, Saints, Panthers, & Buccaneers. Subscribe to NFL: Start …

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  1. Man people are sleeping on the saints. Yea we been 7-9 for 3 straight seasons, but what people don't look at is the fact that our defense has been killed with injuries those same 3years. We have to be number one in injuries in that span. We literally was playing 5th string cornerbacks and UDFAs. But we still had a chance to win almost every game last year(3 were lost on blocked field goals and 1 on a bad p.i call at the end of the game). We are overdue for some injury luck. I think this is the year we make our comeback into the playoffs.

  2. ANYONE that thinks the Panthers will finish with less than 10 wins are morons. Panthers lost 6 games last season by 3 or less points. Cam was injured for part of the season. The rookie CB's were still learning and we had some bad fundamentals on several 3rd and longs last year on defense. But the Panthers were still 2nd in sacks last season. The Panthers offense is better. The defense will be back to 2015 form. Norman was never as big of a loss as people still think. Bradberry will be better than Norman. The defensive line looking better. Addison, CJ, Daeshon Hall, and Julius Peppers. Kurt Coleman moves back to his natural safety position. Captain is back. And Mike Adams will be solid enough. Luke Kuechly is back and healthy. Stewart will not have to carry the ball as much, which should improve his overall performance when he does get the ball. Seriously the only way the Panthers finish with less than 10 wins is injuries. I predict they will go 12-4.

  3. Best Damn Division in the League two teams will be in the playoffs this season from this division

  4. Saints went 7-9 three years straight ??? Falcons will blew all their games like the SB thanks to the Patriots ???? only team that's competition is the Buccaneers and all my Panthers have to do is attack Mr.CrabLeg Jameis Winston ??? this going to be a good division to watch

  5. The panthers draft was good on paper but this redraft shows it could have been wayyyy better
    1(8) Marshon Lattimore, CB Ohio State
    2(40) Dalvin Cook, RB Florida State
    2(64) Cooper Kupp, WR Eastern Washington
    3(77) Derek Rivers, DE Youngstown State
    5(152) Roderick Johnson, OT Florida State
    6(192) Bucky Hodges, TE Virginia Tech
    7(233) Noah Brown, WR Ohio State

  6. Did he say the panthers need speed on the outside in a receiver? ?? wtf Curtis Samuel ran a 4.31 40 yd dash

  7. this is the worst analysis info out there the saints draft was trash the Panthers draft means nothing and the bucs pics are good but they will not win the division ????

  8. People call the NFC south the worst division in football but we were the first division since re alignment to have all of our teams make it to the Super Bowl

  9. I dont see any way the Dirty Birds dont have a Super Bowl hangover and miss the playoffs. I'd put money on it. The NFC South goes to either The Bucs or The Saints in my opinion. Both teams have quietly been building much more talented teams each year.

    The Saints for instance have Drew Brees, who throws for 5,000 yards almost annually while the team maintains a quality rushing attack at the same time. Now they have added a 2nd first ballot Hall of Famer in Adrian Peterson. AP will still dominate even though he isnt the focal point of the entire offense as he always was in Minnesota . He is on the most complete and talented team he has been on in his entire career. In '16 Mark Ingram rushed for over 1,000 yards, Michael Thomas had over 1,000 yards receiving, Willie Snead had 1,000 yards receving, we added a Darren Sproles/Reggie Bush style RB in Alvin Kamarra, Coby Fleener had a quietly solid season and can improve in his 2nd year in this offense and if we avoid the injury bug, the O-Line is one of the better ones in the league, especially if Max Unger returns healthy and Terrann Armstead plays all 16 games, they can be a formidable group. I can also assure you that the defense will be vastly improved from the ones of the past few years. There is much more talent at every level. The front four can be very solid especially if Nick Fairly plays. Sheldon Rankins looked like a very capable DT and inside rusher. Cam Jordan is a beast and I believe a combo of Alex Okafor and Hau'oli Kikaha can provide a dynamic edge rush opposite Cam that has been absent since they had a top 10 D in Rob Ryan's 1st season. The linebacker group is flush with guys who have either been hampered by injuries or have immense talent and might not have lived up to it yet, (for example Manti Tao, A.J. Klein, Dannell Ellerbe, former 1st round pick Stephon Anthony, Nathan Stupar and suprisingly productive LB free agent from last year Craig Robertson) This is a group with a serious chip on their collective shoulder and a lot of ability. Finally the secondary is looking much improved and could be sneaky good. Marques Lattimore should provide a solid presence in the CB room already lead by uber talented Delvin Breaux who is no longer the raw player he once was. P.J. Williams will return as either the #2 or #3 CB after his devastating injury early last season. He should show why many scouts rated him as a 1st round talent. Damian Swainn, a hybrid DB, also returns from injury after playing surprisingly well as a rookie and when healthy. Then in the middle Kenny Vaccarro anchors a younger more hungry safty group than the past few years. Vonn Bell came in as the 3rd saftey as a rookie and played well with room to grow as he matures. Rafael Bush returns after a year in detroit to provide the quality depth he has in past seasons. Then there is the rookie out of Utah Marcus Williams ,who plays on tape the way we had hoped Jarious Byrd would have but failed to. He is known to be a ball hawk, while maintaining very solid tackling and being an all around quality cennter fielder. So obviously if one looks deeper at this roster it becomes clear that this is a sneaky good, blackhorse contender for the division and a championship.

    I'm not going to go into detail about Tampa Bay but they have a dynamic set of players on offense to go along with a fast, hard hitting, opportunistic defense with great pieces on every level. I could easily see The Bucs making the jump and becoming a contender for the division and possibly a shot at the Big Game.
    #Who Dat!! #WeDat'17

  10. hahahahahahaha I wish we could make these people come back and criticize themselves after they were so wrong. "Bucs are making the playoffs this season"! hahaha Drew brees did throw for 4300 yds though, so that wa spot on… B??? lol, try S…

  11. The Saints has the best draft! Not even close! NFL offensive and defensive rookies of the year AAA +

  12. These people are always wrong. I like looking at these video years later to see how wrong the so called experts are.

  13. That goes to show u they don't know wat they tslkin bout cause we turned out to had tve best draft class not only that year but arguably in nfl history. And we won the division! Get off tampa bay nuts people. Yall want them to wun so bad n thsts y there not…saints a+

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