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We barely knew thee: A look at the NFC South Division Standings Week 4

NFC South Standings

Carolina 3 1 0 80 70
Tampa Bay 3 1 0 101 78
Atlanta 2 2 0 90 83
New Orleans 2 2 0 111 100

(updated 9.30.2008 at 4:10 AM EDT)

Rather than just spit my own personal venom about the other teams within the NFC South and their current standing, I thought I would allow our NFC South Bloggers who cover their respective teams let you know how their weekend's match-up went:

Canal Street Chronicles:
This was a fun one to be in attendance for. The Saints played a full game on both sides of the ball and put together a convincing win. I think this could be a turnaround game for this team this season. Brees looked a little off at the start but then turned back to the player he really is: the best quarterback in the NFL. Period.

Cat Scratch Reader:
The Panthers logged a solid victory over the Falcons for their 100th franchise victory on Sunday. The game featured WR's Musin Muhammad and Steve Smith getting their first TD's of the season as the Panthers shut down the Falcons NFL leading rushing attack. Panther QB Jake Delhomme easily had his best game of the young season completing 20 of 29 passes for 294 yards and 2 TD's (a 124 passer rating).

The Falcoholic:
I almost think the blowout is less painful than the game you coulda, woulda, shoulda won. The Atlanta Falcons marched into Bank of America Stadium and blew the game against the Carolina Panthers thanks to a pitiful performance from the offense. While the numbers show a mediocre performance, the truth is much worse. The Falcons played a bad game of football Sunday.

Dave I think your fan base will experience that about every other week as Matt Ryan among others get acclimated to life in the NFL. Good luck with that. Other Dave, your team throttled the 49ers, nice work. Deuce looked healthy and that he has got to be a great addition for your squad. Jaxon, way to beat up on the Falcons, get ready to lose next week man!

Thanks for the weekend wrap ups fellas.. If you're into spying on the competition, be sure to checkout their blogs: Cat Scratch Reader (Carolina Panthers Blog), The Falcoholic (Atlanta Falcons Blog), and Canal Street Chronicles (New Orleans Saints Blog).