NFC South's good-hands club

There are 17 wide receivers in the NFL that have at least 10 catches without a drop this season, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Five of them are from the NFC South.

The good-hands club includes New Orleans’ Lance Moore (30 receptions on 41 targets), Atlanta’s Julio Jones (25 catches on 41 targets), Atlanta’s Harry Douglas (17 receptions on 28 targets), New Orleans’ Devery Henderson (16 catches on 25 targets) and Carolina’s Brandon LaFell (17 receptions on 24 targets).

Some other notables: New Orleans’ Marques Colston has just one drop while being targeted 41 times and has 29 catches and Carolina’s Steve Smith has two drops and 46 catches on 73 targets.

Atlanta’s Roddy White still leads the league with seven drops. But White ranks No. 4 with 70 targets and has made 39 catches. Tampa Bay’s Mike Williams is No. 4 in the league with five drops. Williams has been targeted 61 times and has 31 catches.