Five things each NFC South team needs

The NFC South had many surprises in 2007, including the rise of the Buccaneers and the fall of the Panthers and Saints. Which team can turn it around in 2008? Scouts Inc. runs down five glaring needs for each team, because it's never too early to worry about next season.

Atlanta Falcons

Quarterback -- The Falcons have yet to recover from the damaging effect of Michael Vick leaving this organization. Without a doubt, third-stringer Chris Redman was the most impressive QB; he was the best fit in Bobby Petrino's system and played much better than starter Joey Harrington and backup Byron Leftwich. However, Redman is an unrestricted free agent and best suited as a backup. Leftwich, released by Atlanta, continues to struggle with durability issues. Harrington started 12 games but continues to struggle with his decision-making, consistency and leadership skills.