Philadelphia Eagles win the division at 11-5
In a division that has been struggling for years, they are easily the best, I fully expect Nick Foles to show that he is a real QB. He wont put up the staggering numbers like last season with 27 TD and only 2 Ints, but he’ll be solid. LeSean McCoy is only 26 and entering his prime as one of the best RB’s in the league and Darren Sproles will see a lot of time too at RB and as a kick returner. Maclin will have a bigger year than expected at WR, as long as he stays healthy. Four of their first 6 games are at home prior then they enter their BYE week so they could get off to a great start so my money is on Philly to win the division.
NY Giants 8-8; Eli comes in off a terrible football season. This is a year, something needs to change, with Rueben Randle and Victor Cruz as his main targets, I don’t see much happening this year either. A lot depends on Rashad Jennings, if he can be a RB1 that I think he can be.
Washington Redskins 6-10; Garcon has shown he can be a real threat, and DeSean Jackson will add deep ball play, and as long as RGIII stays healthy, they will score. But they still can’t stop teams from scoring as well.
Dallas Cowboys 8-8;Defense, defense, defense. There really is nothing more to say. Dallas may have the worst defense in the league and they even signed Michael Sam to the practice squad and he’ll probably make the team as a pass rusher since Dallas needs all of the help they can get. Their offense will be one of the best and a healthy Romo with Dez, Witten, Terrence Williams and DeMarco Murray. The new defensive rules will also help the Dallas offense, Romo haters will be mad, when he throws for 400 and the team loses, as their defense will need to step it up. Henry Melton and Anthony Hitchens wont cut it so others must step up. They are in a weak division but overall the 2nd best here and come up short of making the playoffs.