NFC East Predictions

DeMarcus Ware


1. Dallas Cowboys

Absolutely loaded from top to bottom. Haven’t proven they can win in the playoffs, but there’s too much talent here to pick against.

2. Philadelphia Eagles

Steady and solid:as long as everyone stays healthy.

3. New York Giants

No disrespect to the defending World Champions – seriously. But it’s an awful lot to expect them to maintain their impeccable playoff form.

4. Washington Redskins

The best mediocre team in football. Jim Zorn’s arrival will present a mild transition period.

Best Offseason Move

Jerry Jones giving contract extensions to Marion Barber, Terrell Owens, Terence Newman and Flozell Adams. (During the season last year, Tony Romo and Jay Ratliff were also extended.)

Worst Offseason Move

The Giants not hanging on to Kawika Mitchell.

Biggest Question

Can the Cowboys channel their astounding talent down the stretch?

Quick Hits

Team Bests
Passing Game 1 Cowboys, 2 Giants, 3 Eagles, 4 Redskins
Running Game 1 Giants, 2 Cowboys, 3 Redskins, 4 Eagles
Offensive Line 1 Cowboys, 2 Giants, 3 Eagles, 4 Redskins
Pass Rush 1 Cowboys, 2 Giants, 3 Eagles, 4 Redskins
Run Defense 1 Redskins, 2 Cowboys, Giants, 4 Eagles
Pass Defense 1 Cowboys, 2 Eagles, 3 Giants, 4 Redskins
Special Teams 1 Cowboys, 2 Giants, 3 Redskins, 4 Eagles
Coaching Staff 1 Eagles, 2 Giants, 3 Cowboys, 4 Redskins
Front Office 1 Eagles, 2 Giants, 3 Cowboys, 4 Redskins
Home Field Advantage 1 Redskins, 2 Giants, 3 Cowboys, 4 Eagles

Player Bests

Pure Athlete DeMarcus Ware, Cowboys
Big Play Threat Terrell Owens, Cowboys
Gets Most out of Talent Marion Barber, Cowboys
Gets Least out of Talent Winston Justice, Eagles
Breakout Prospects LaRon Landry, Redskins
Omar Gaither, Eagles
Gerris Wilkinson, Giants
Breakdown Prospects Santana Moss, Redskins
Jon Jansen, Redskins
Phillip Daniels, Redskins
Best Leader Brian Dawkins, Eagles
Unsung Hero Marc Colombo, Cowboys
Impact Veteran Acquisition Asante Samuel, Eagles
Impact Rookie Felix Jones, Cowboys

QB Eli Manning, Giants
RB Brian Westbrook, Eagles
RB Marion Barber, Cowboys
WR Terrell Owens, Cowboys
WR Plaxico Burress, Giants
TE Jason Witten, Cowboys
LT Flozell Adams, Cowboys
LG Pete Kendall, Redskins
C Andre Gurode, Cowboys
RG Shawn Andrews, Eagles
RT Jon Runyan, Eagles

DE Osi Umenyiora, Giants
DT Mike Patterson, Eagles
DT Jay Ratliff, Cowboys
DE Trent Cole, Eagles
OLB DeMarcus Ware, Cowboys
MLB Antonio Pierce, Giants
OLB Marcus Washington, Redskins
CB Terence Newman, Cowboys
FS LaRon Landry, Redskins
SS Roy Williams, Cowboys
CB Asante Samuel, Eagles

K Nick Folk, Cowboys
P Mat McBriar, Cowboys
RS Adam Jones, Cowboys
ST David Tyree, Giants

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3 Responses to “NFC East Predictions”

  1. gsbeliever says:

    First I was outraged that you picked the Giants #3 in both pass and run coverage, but then I realized you’re playing right into our hands. Go ahead and shortchange us now, because that’s all the motivation Giants need to kick butt!

  2. 315utz says:

    Biggest Question

    Can the Cowboys channel their astounding talent down the stretch?


    and also the giants definetly have the best o line ex/ chris snee,shaun o’hara rich steubrt kareem mckenzie and david diehl r the best in the nfc east and probabbly in the whole nfl.

  3. Chris Jackson says:

    There is no way the REDSKINS are going to finish at the bottom of the division. The NFC EAST is a conference where people beat each other up and play close games. The Redskins have a good running game and a great field goal kicker. They will control the clock and rely on their defense to keep the game close. The secondary will miss SEAN TAYLOR but improve as the season goes on. Look for them to go 9-7 and finish 2nd or 3rd in the division.