2010 NFC East Preview: Winners and Losers

May 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2010 NFL Draft gave the NFC East a major upgrade, and the division won't be as lopsided as it was in 2009.
The NFC's most notable acquisition during the draft was the addition of Oklahoma St. standout Dez Bryant to the Dallas Cowboys' already impressive receiving corp.
Throw in Philadelphia's removal of Donovan McNabb to the Washington Redskins and the NFC East just became a whole lot more interesting.
Below are the four NFC East teams with breakdowns and predictions as to who's going to be top-dog in 2010.
Washington Redskins
In 2009, the Redskins went 5-12, losing all six of their games with NFC opponents. Out of the 16 teams in the NFC, the Redskins ranked 11th in total yards per game with 312.5.
The addition of McNabb has added a lot of excitement and anticipation going into this year's season, and will most likely be the cause of the turn-around from 2009's depressing season. 
McNabb may not be the only Eagle to part ways wit...

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