NFC South: Best And Worst Draft Picks By Every Team

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May 8, 2015; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston (3) works out for rookie mini camp at One Buc Place. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

After an embarrassing 2014 season, the NFC South can only get better, right? There have been changes across the division, as each team tries to bounce back.

Can the Atlanta Falcons return to the playoffs? The last time the Falcons were there, they came agonizingly close to reaching the Super Bowl.

The Carolina Panthers, on the other hand, entered the division by virtue of being the best of a bad bunch in the NFC South. After finishing 7-8-1, the Panthers defeated the Ryan Lindley-led Arizona Cardinals, but were outclassed in Seattle in the Divisional Round.

New Orleans disappointed majorly. Drew Brees and Jimmy Graham kept the offense ticking, but Brees’ form at the end of the season was a concern. As for the defense, well, we will just leave it there.

Tampa Bay struggled without a quarterback, but this could be different from here on out with Jameis Winston. Will they be NFC South challengers in the next few years?

What are each team’s best and worst draft picks?

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