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Early 2020 Wins and Losses Projections: NFC East

Brady Podloski, Steve Seufert, Brandon Braasch, Sam Schneider | May 10th, 2020

The NFC East arguably has some of the most passionate fans in the NFL. It also has some of the weirdest divisional games, which are always unpredictable. The four teams each have a young quarterback of which makes every game exciting. While the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles have each won the division twice in the past four years, the Giants and Redskins are starting to accumulate talent. With the 2020 schedule set, there are some significant games each NFC East team will play. With that said, this is an eight-part series where our Scorecrow NFL analysts do an early prediction of the wins and losses of each team. We projected all 256 games and have the winners and losers of each division!

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Cowboys Clinch NFC East Title with Win Over Bucs

Mike Quintero | December 24th, 2018

Coming off a week in which The Cowboys were shutout against Luck and The Colts, the boys in blue took advantage of a second opportunity to seal an NFC East Title, taking down Tampa Bay 27-20 Sunday in Arlington.

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Washington Redskins: 2018 Season Preview

Chazz Bradner | September 4th, 2018

With the departure of Kirk Cousins and the addition of Alex Smith. Will the Washington Redskins finally make that push to becoming a playoff contender in the competitive NFC East?

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Philadelphia Eagles: 2018 Season Preview

Givanni Damico | September 2nd, 2018

The Philadelphia Eagles had a fantastic season last year, considering they won the Super Bowl. They started off 11-1 through 12 weeks last year and ended at 13-3. They could’ve easily gone 14-2 but made the smart decision to rest their starters for Week 17. The question is…can they repeat?

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Dallas Cowboys: 2018 Season Preview

Carl Taylor | August 23rd, 2018

The Cowboys dealt with injuries to starting linebacker Sean Lee, a 6-game suspension to starting RB Ezekiel Elliot, and a 4-game suspension to DT/DE David Irving. With so much that happened last season, they will look to put 2017 behind them and move forward to get this team over the hump this upcoming season.

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