The New York Giants dominated the Atlanta Falcons last week to earn them a shot at the Green Bay Packers with the right to move on the NFC Championship on the line.
Who will win the NFC East? It will be a showdown and both teams will give it their all. It should be another fun and exciting week.
The Cowboys are back in first place of the NFC East after a blow-out against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They got some help with the Giants losing to the Washington Redskins.
The Cowboys and Giants both faced a must-win game last week but only one team could come out on top. That team was the New York Giants.
The New York Giants almost pulled off a monumental upset of the undefeated Green Bay Packers but just fell short. If the Giants can win three out of four and sweep the Cowboys they will win the division. The Cowboys have to be wary of the Giants and they face off in week 14.
After the Eagles and Giants both lost last week, the Dallas Cowboys are in sole possession of first place in the division. Will the Cowboys continue to roll?
The Dallas Cowboys are in control of their destiny for first place in the NFC East. It has become a two team race unless the Eagles get hot and run the table.
The Cowboys beat down the Bills last week while every other NFC East team lost. They are only a game out of first place and still play the Giants twice.
The Giants were huge underdogs going into New England last week. The Patriots had not lost consecutive games since 2003.
It was another intense week in the NFC East. The Giants struggled to beat a winless Miami team. The Redskins got shut out by the Bills and the Eagles dominated the Cowboys.
There were several blowouts in week seven of the NFL and the Redskins were on the wrong end of it against the Panthers. John Beck could not move the offense and Tim Hightower suffered a […]
The Cowboys and the Redskins were both on bye weeks, but things could not have gone any better for both teams. The Giants lost to the lowly Seattle Seahawks and the Eagles lost to the very impressive Buffalo Bills.