What Are The Current NFC East Standings
There’s much more to the NFL standings than just win-loss records. Here’s where bettors will find out how all four NFC East teams are faring this season at home and on the road.
Head-to-head results and divisional games are important tiebreakers for the playoffs. Keep an eye on those statistics.
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NFC East teams will have their hands full this season. Not only do they play their long-time division rivals in a home-and-away series, they also match up in 2017 against AFC West teams — Oakland, Denver, Kansas City and San Diego. This group is arguably the best in the league.
The Dallas Cowboys will look to become the first team to repeat as NFC East champions since the Eagles in 2003-04. But with that 13-3 record from last season came a tough schedule. Three of their last four games of the year are on the road. The only home game in that stretch is against Seattle. The Cowboys will need all three offensive weapons, Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott and Dez Bryant to stay healthy to repeat in this division.
The New York Giants did what few teams could do last year. They beat the Cowboys not once, but twice. The G-Men started 2016 off 2-4 before winning six straight. They finished the year at 11-5, but were just 4-4 on the road. Last year was the Giants first winning season since 2012. Quarterback Eli Manning will have another weapon to compliment Odell Beckham in Brandon Marshall, but this is also Manning’s 14th season in a young man’s game. The Giants will need a few bounces to go their way to challenge the Cowboys for division honors.
The Washington Redskins, 8-7-1, lost three of their last four games in 2016 and missed the playoffs. They will have to get off to a quick start this season to have any shot at the postseason. The Redskins have won five straight against the Eagles, and they play their division rival twice in the first six weeks of the season. This could be Kirk Cousins last year with the team, so he has a lot of incentive to deliver wins in the nation’s capital.
Carson Wentz looked like anything but a rookie quarterback last season as the Philadelphia Eagles opened with four straight victories. It was all downhill from there as the team limped home with a 3-9 finish and last place in the NFC East. Their 1-7 road record didn’t help their playoff push either. Their schedule in 2017 is no pushover, including two top division rivals and the Oakland Raiders on Christmas Day to close out the season. The Eagles had better learn how to win on the road quickly.
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