Ranking the NFC Passing Attacks

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Ranking the NFC Passing Attacks
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The prevailing perception in the NFL is that in order to be a legitimate contender for a playoff push, a team needs to have a quarterback with a strong, accurate arm and an arsenal of receivers at his disposal. Of course, there are exceptions to the rule, but these exceptions are becoming few and far between. 

With the 2012 season approaching, it seems compelling practice to analyze and rank the passing attacks. In the interest of being concise, this article will focus only on the passing attacks in the NFC, ranking them from least to most potent based on their performance last season, caliber of players and off-season activity. We will begin with a team whose fans are wondering who will be throwing the ball and who will step up in their receiving corps.

*All stats were compiled from NFL.com and ESPN.com.

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