Tag "NFC East"

Dallas Cowboys Future is in Turmoil

What is the future for the Dallas Cowboys? This question needs to be asked going forward about the organization.

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How Every NFC East Team Can Win Super Bowl LVII

With free agency in progress and the 2022 NFL Draft approaching, franchises all have a level of excitement. Some are looking to contend this season, while others just want to move in the right direction.

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Philadelphia Eagles Trade Deadline Preview

The 2021 NFL trade deadline is a few weeks away, but the Philadelphia Eagles already shipped off veteran tight end Zach Ertz to the Arizona Cardinals. In an obvious rebuilding year, more trades will likely come before November 2.

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Veterans on the Roster Bubble: NFC East

The preseason is here. For many players, that means a chance to achieve a lifelong dream of making the 53-man roster. However, not everyone can have their wishes fulfilled.

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Heller’s 5 Bold Predictions: NFC East

While there are a few questions left to be answered around the league, it’s never too early for bold predictions for each of the NFL’s eight divisions. Here are those predictions for the NFC East.

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Can 6-10 Win the NFC East?

The answer is yes, but only one team can mathematically pull it off. That team is the New York Giants. Here’s the scenario where 6-10 wins the NFC East.

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Garrett Gilbert’s Road to Starting for the Dallas Cowboys

On November 20th 1982, Gale Gilbert quarterbacked the California Golden Bears to one of the most memorable wins in the history of college football. It was an improbable finish against the Bears’ rival, Stanford. 38 years later Gale’s son, Garrett, had the chance to pull off an incredible finish of his own in his first career NFL start. 

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Week 7 Recap: New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles

On Thursday night, a sloppy game in every aspect ended with the Philadelphia Eagles (2-4-1) pulling off an 11-point comeback against the New York Giants (1-6) to emerge with a 22-21 win. Carson Wentz quieted the doubters and haters by leading a team that was down to practice squad players to victory.

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