NFC East Results


Sep 25, 2014; Landover, MD, USA; New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning (10) prepares for the snap from center J.D. Walton (55) against the Washington Redskins during the second half at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Hello Giants Nation, how are you doing tonight as Monday Night Football is about to kick-off. Tonight, it’s the Chiefs vs Patriots. Are you ready for some football? Or should we talk about team BLUE’s division?

In the NFC East all the action has already taken place. Here are your score reminders from NFL Sunday:

42. Final. 21. 54. 26

17. 15. 38. 123. Final

Yep, your New York Football Giants destroyed the Washington Redskins.

The undefeated Eagles were defeated by the San Francisco 49ers. It was a loss that any Giants fan can appreciate, after all, who wants the Eagles to win anything? Additionally, it was nice to see Nick Foles struggle and probably put Giants Nation at ease in terms of believing the Giants can slow down the Eagles. Come on, they struggled to beat the Redskins and lost their first game of the season, perhaps teams are starting to figure out Chip Kelly and his “wicked fast” offense.

And then there’s those 3-1 Cowboys, the beat the Saints handedly even though Drew Brees threw the ball all over the building. It was turnovers that did the Saints in, as the Cowboys held the ball well. Tony Romo didn’t Romo it up and now this divisional race is getting interesting.

As you know, the G-Men are back to .500, but with a pair of 3-1 teams atop the division, the Giants can take over if they maintain this winning streak. For a season that looked to be in the garbage early, the division is now wide open for NYG.