Dec 28, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Nolan Carroll (23) breaks up a pass intended for New York Giants tight end Larry Donnell (84) in the end zone in the first half during the game at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports
If there’s one thing that is always interesting when it comes to the world of football, it’s the NFC East. The NFC East is the most unpredictable division in the league. The division is always up for grabs because each team usually has a very talented roster even if they are a relatively bad team overall. Over the years, we’ve seen each team fight to the finish for playoff spots countless times.
This year is different from any other because any team could take the division. It isn’t very hard to predict who will be better and who will struggle, but this year it could literally be any team. There is no bold statements because each team could have an effective presence. Last year, the very poor Washington Redskins beat the top seeded Dallas Cowboys with their backup quarterback in.
That example right their should be enough indication to prove that this isn’t coincidence when it comes to this division. The NFC East is looking more and more like the NFC Beast by the day. The Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants, and the Cowboys could all have top five NFL offenses. If that were to happen, who knows how the division could end up.
It’s important to analyze the improvements each team made and if they outweigh some of the losses each team had this offseason as well. Thus year’s free agency was wild, and each team in the NFC East got a chance to get in on the action. Here are what the final records for each NFC East team may be.
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