I'm okay with Raye III overall, I just think the other potential candidates are more enticing.
But you raise an interesting point, I mean Raye III came here in 2013. That wasn't exactly a great offseason but then, not many teams had good drafts that year. That was a crazy FA year though, but I don't think Raye III had much to do with FA.
The NFC South is the first division since the realignment in 2002 to have all four teams reach the Super Bowl.
But I'm sure come 2017 season, we'll be told how this the "worst division" in the league for another year - All four teams have made the SB, with Carolina making it twice, two of them have won Super Bowls (2002 Tampa, 2009 New Orleans). Since 2002, there has only been one team win it back to back and that was Carolina in 2013-2015. Beyond that, every year has had a different division winner and the divisional match ups can be incredibly unpredictable.
The only other division with the same number of success has been the NFC West who has sent 3 teams to the SB (and the Rams made it in 2001 the last year before the realignment)