FanSided's All-NFC South Division Team

Last week, we asked for your help in finishing out the offensive roster for FanSided’s All-NFC South Team. We wanted to thank you for your help, and update you on the team’s roster.

Offense

QB: Drew Brees
RB: Doug Martin
WR: Julio Jones
WR: Vincent Jackson
WR: Marques Colston
TE: Jimmy Graham
LT: Jordan Gross
LG: Travelle Wharton
C: Ryan Kalil
RG: Jahri Evans
RT: Zach Strief

The offense is led by superstar quarterback Drew Brees, and he has tons of toys in his arsenal. He can go with the familiar faces of tight end Jimmy Graham or wide receiver Marques Colston, the versatile running and receiving threat of running back Doug Martin, a former familiar face with wide receiver Vincent Jackson, and the ever dangerous wide receiver Julio Jones. Up front is a host of talent that is mixed of Pro Bowl talent and some of Pro Football Focus’ highest graded players in 2013.

Defense (4-3)

DE: Cam Jordan
DT: Gerald McCoy
DT: Star Lotulelei
DE: Greg Hardy
LB: Thomas Davis
LB: Luke Kuechly
LB: Lavonte David
CB: Keenan Lewis
CB: Alterraun Verner
SS: Kenny Vaccaro
FS: Jairus Byrd

The defense sports a scary front seven, making it tough for any team to run on, let alone get the time to pass against. Tackling and pass coverage won’t be an issue for any of the linebackers, which are more than capable to cause nightmares for opposing offenses. The secondary has ball-hawking written all over it, and will be all about shutting down receivers.

For the first matchup, the NFC South will take on the NFC East. You can vote on the winner below! Oh, and be sure to spread the word!

Don’t let the likes of the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants, and Washington Redskins topple our team!

NFC East vs. NFC South

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