Well this is the second-best alternative, where we’ll have the best available player from each team in the NFC South on the same team. An All-Star team, if you will.
Cat Crave will be working with it’s fellow NFC South sites; Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers — to assemble the most electrifying roster from within the division. If we can’t decide on which player/s should make the roster, a “readers” poll will be conducted on Blogging Dirty, the Falcons’ blogger. I will create a post to alert you when there will be a readers’ poll.
Every division will field a team comprised of the best players at each position. One player at each position – offense and defense – with two running backs and three receivers. This applies to only current players, so Muhsin Muhammad and Wesley Walls are not eligible.
Once the NFC South All-Star team is decided upon, a voting contest will be held on the FanSided Network homepage. In a classic winner-take-all playoff bracket, two teams will face off each round until a “Super Bowl” champion is decided just before the start of training camps.
While it’s normal to have vehement hatred towards our division rivals, when we reach this stage, we want to represent the NFC South and vote early and often. Think of it like fantasy football,but you’re limited to the division.
How many Panthers will make the NFC South All-Star team? Keep it here at Cat Crave and the Fansided network to find out.
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