Thursday, July 14, 2011
NFC South programming notes
By Pat Yasinskas
As we wait for the lockout to end, let’s take a look at some scheduled upcoming programming on the NFC South Blog.
As part of our Dream Team of Tomorrow, I’ll have a column featuring one player from each NFC South team who I expect to be dominant from 2014 through 2016. Two of the names won’t surprise you, but two might. The column is scheduled to appear early this afternoon.
On Friday, I’ll have an item where I write about who I think will be the best 30-or-over player in the division at the start of the 2014 season. I haven’t written it yet, but unless I come up with some compelling reason to change, I think I’ll go with the guy who’s been the best player in the division for the last few years. He’s already in his 30s and I don’t see him fading away by 2014.
Also on Friday, we’ll resume our NFC South chat. It’s scheduled for 1 p.m. ET. Here’s the link to get you in.
Next Tuesday, all of the bloggers will be writing a post about which team will be the dominant team in the division from 2014 through 2016. I’ve got a pretty good idea which way I’m leaning on this, but haven’t made a definite decision.
On July 21, each blogger will be asked to write about the one thing we would do if we were NFL commissioner for a day. My topic isn’t directly related to the NFC South, unless one of the NFC South teams decides to move, which I don’t see happening anytime soon.