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FFStatistics Division Breakdown Part 4/8 – NFC East
So let's begin with this. The NFC East was largely a tale of two seasons for each of these teams. First of all, the eventual Division Champion Dallas Cowboys started their season in a win one, lose one fashion. Due to this start, on the Final day of Week 7, Jerry Jones made a Jerry Jones move... But it worked! The Cowboys would win seven of their final nine games following the BYE and head into a Wild Card round playoff matchup. They would win the first game against the Seattle Seahawks but everyone came up short the following week.
The Philadelphia Eagles would start their season with a Super Bowl hero/ backup Quarterback. More of the latter version would show up. Even after their starting QB returned, the season stayed in a tailspin culminating in a 48-7 loss to the New Orleans Saints in Week 11. They would flip the switch and keep it on even after that starting QB left again with an injury. The Eagles would Win five of six games with their only loss being to the Cowboys in over-time. Similarly to those Cowboys, Philly won the first round Wildcard matchup against the Chicago Bears but lose the following.
Finally, neither the Redskins or the Giants made the playoffs but they both had a run during the season with success. Unfortunately for them, a run of failures as well. Washington started out on a solid path and until the season-ending injury of their QB. The Skins were 5-2. As a result, they would finish by losing seven of their final nine games in a season filled with more injury than just that. Most noteworthy, their rookie Running Back in pre-season. New York was pretty un-exciting all year outside of their stud rookie RB. The Giants lost seven of the first eight but would start feeding that RB. Hence, they went 4-4 to finish following their BYE week.
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34 year old father of 3. I am a foreman for a pool building company where i live. That pays the bills but sports are my passion outside of my family. I was fortunate enough to have a cousin that played pro baseball for 16 years winning the 92 and 93 world series (92 world series mvp) and was a member of the 2004 usa olympic gold medal team and another drafted out of highschool by the Rockies. so i was spoiled when it came to sports. I fell in love with football watching the 92 Dallas Cowboys Run to the title (born in Temple Texas so they were my team) and its only grown from there. im such an unapologetic cowboys fan that my youngest daughters middle name is Dallas. Dont worry though, my content is completely unbiased so enjoy. Thank you.
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