Dallas Cowboys: Shoo-Ins for NFC East Title

July 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFC East has long held a reputation as one of the toughest divisions in football.
While other divisions around the NFL have gone up and down in strength over the years, the NFC East has consistently been one of the top divisions.
The East is almost always a four team heat. Sometimes only three, but that’s still one more than any other division. Every year it is the toughest division in which to call a winner.
Until now.
The truth is, the Eagles have lost their edge going from Donovan McNabb down to Kevin Kolb. Kolb is good; he put up an 88.9 passer rating in two starts—five total appearances—but McNabb carried the team.
They do have some young wide receivers in DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin, and a young running back, LeSean McCoy, with rising stock. But, Philadelphia will not amount to a whole lot this season. Their defense is too average to make up for the loss of Donovan McNabb.
Philadelphia will not have an 11-5 encore in 2010.<...

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