Fans expect the Eagles to run away with the NFC East, but that may not be as simple as people think. Number one, you have the old Super Bowl hangover, number two is Jalen Hurts truly an elite quarterback and the other three teams in the division all look like they improved. The Cowboys are always dangerous but underachieving, and the Giants are well-coached. Then you have Washington which under new ownership is a solid team, but quarterback is a question for them.
No other team can match Philadelphia regarding offensive firepower and defensive talent, making them a formidable combination. Linebacker turnover may cause concern, yet Philadelphia remains the clear favorite to win their division and represent the NFC at Super Bowl LVIII despite any hangover concerns. The loss of both coordinators also looms large, but the Eagles talent level is unquestioned. The only question I have will be if Jalen Hurts can duplicate last season.
It can be challenging to evaluate the New York Giants;. However, they made the postseason last season and won a playoff game; there remain legitimate concerns at wide receiver and secondary positions. With that being said, Brian Daboll proved himself as an outstanding head coach last year, while quarterback Daniel Jones and running back Saquon Barkley will keep New York alive in its pursuit of wild-card status. Does this team have enough offensive playmakers to turn into a Super Bowl contender? I do not think they do and I don’t think Daniel Jones is good enough to elevate the players around him.
The Cowboys earned 12 wins last season while adding veteran wideout Brandin Cooks and having one of the league’s premier edge-rushers, Micah Parsons. However, Brian Schottenheimer is taking over as offensive coordinator while head coach Mike McCarthy will assume play-calling responsibilities and this change is bound to have an adverse impact. Neither coach inspires confidence, and coaching will lead to the downfall of this team. The NFC is not overly strong, so I think a Wild Card possibility exists for the Cowboys, but that’s as far as they will go.
The Commanders were a.500 football team last season. Boasting both weapons on offense and talent on defense, this squad has the potential to defy expectations and challenge for a wild-card spot in a competitive NFC East division; however, their quarterback spot remains uncertain, meaning they have some major issues ob offense. This is a good team and they have potential, but not this season and not with this head coach.
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