4 main NFC East takeaways from Week 3 action

The Eagles were the only team to come away with a win in Week 3

New York Giants v San Francisco 49ers
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3. Sam Howell proved he's the worst quarterback in the division

With Washington starting off the year 2-0, plenty of people were on the Sam Howell hype train. Hey, the young starting QB looked pretty sharp in the first two weeks. However, Commanders fans were brought back down to earth on Sunday, as the Bills were downright electric in their 37-3 victory over Washington.

Howell had a day to forget for the Commanders, as he completed 19-of-29 passes for 170 yards, no touchdowns and four intereptions - that's right, Howell tossed four picks against the Buffalo D. If you started the Bills defense for your Fantasy Football squad, then you were no doubt in heaven with the way they performed vs. Washington.

In a division loaded with strong quarterbacks, Howell is locked into the No. 4 spot. Jones and Dak Prescott can be argued for No. 2, but there's no doubt that Jalen Hurts is at the top of the list. Seeing how poorly Washington played as a whole should give Giants fans plenty of hope that Big Blue can beat them both on the road and at home this fall.