Need a quick preview of the teams in the NFC South? We've got you covered.As most, if not all, of you reading this will know, we are only a week away from the start of the regular season. So lets take a look a quick look at each team in each division and what we can expect to see, starting with the NFC South; - Atlanta Falcons I’m liking the Falcons offense again this year. Expect this high powered unit -- featuring QB Matt Ryan and WRs Julio Jones and Roddy White -- to put points on the board as they should be ranked in the top three this year. The return of TE Tony Gonzalez and acquisition of RB Steven Jackson will also make them a dangerous red-zone team. I do worry about the defense, if new recruit Osi Umenyiora doesn't get 10 sacks then it’s hard to see where they'll find their pass rush this season. New Orleans Saints The return of head coach Sean Payton is getting people talking about the Saints possibly being Super Bowl contenders again. Certainly, he'll provide some structure and leadership from the sidelines. Like the Falcons you’d expect the Saints to easily be able to score quickly and often. However, the team's success this season will depend on whether Rob Ryan can turn the historically awful defense around after being the worst, statistically, last season in the NFL. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay’s secondary could well be the best in the division this season with the additions of Darrelle Revis and Dashon Goldson. They'll certainly help in a division with two of the best aerial attacks in the league. The offense should be solid as long as QB Josh Freeman can be consistent. If he’s play isn’t up to scratch then rookie QB Mike Glennon will be waiting in the wings. Doug Martin should build off his fantastic rookie campaign and Vincent Jackson should once again remain a big-play threat. Carolina Panthers I like the front seven of the Panthers defense, led by second-year MLB Luke Kuechly who may just be the best at the position in the NFL. This unit also features underrated DE Charles Johnson, who last year registered 12.5 sacks. QB Cam Newton is being tipped to bounce back with a bang this year, although their WR options outside of Steve Smith remains a concern. The team has moved away from their read-option roots this preseason, meaning they'll need more consistent production from their stable of running backs (when all are healthy). - Quick Predictions Here's how I believe the NFC South will shape up come January.