2017 Preseason All-NFC East OffenseWith training camp officially underway, we take a look at the Preseason All-NFC East Offense.
Thursday Night Breakdown: Giants Play For Seed; Eagles For PrideThe Giants can still win the NFC East title, but they'll have to get past an Eagles team looking to play the spoiler.
Keidel: Are Redskins Really A Playoff Contender?The NFC East is stuffed with playoff contenders, and thanks to Kirk Cousins and Jay Gruden, the Redskins are positioned for a run.
Keidel: Can The Eagles, Giants Catch The Cowboys?When the NFC East-leading Cowboys stumble, will the Eagles or Giants be waiting? We'll know more after Sunday.
NFC East: Three Burning Questions For Each Team As Training Camps OpenNo team has won the NFC East in back-to-back years since the Eagles in 2003/04. Can the Redskins repeat this year?
Palladino: Giants' Offseason Of Turmoil Should Claim JPP As CasualtySince the Redskins formally threw the Giants’ playoff ambitions in a deep, dark grave with Saturday’s win in Philadelphia, it is now appropriate to ponder the team’s future.
Injury Report: Kennard, Kuhn, Taylor Out For Giants Versus VikingsAs the New York Giants prepare to take on the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night, Big Blue will once again be without the services of linebacker Devon Kennard as he recovers from foot and hamstring injuries. In addition to Kennard, the G-men will not have defensive tackle Markus Kuhn and Cooper Taylor available to them.
Silverman: Giants Really Need To Take Advantage Of Gift NFC EastIf the Giants had set goals for themselves at the start of the season, it would not have included having a 5-5 record after Week 11.
Giants' Bye Week Couldn't Have Gone Much BetterPhiladelphia and Washington lost and the Giants (5-5) returned to work Monday with a one-game lead in the NFC East with six games left in the regular season.
For Once, Giants In Control Of Their Own Playoff FateFor the first time in three seasons, the New York Giants control their playoff destiny heading into the home stretch of the NFL season.
Silverman: First-Place Giants Need To Assert Themselves Down StretchA 5-5 record has been good enough to put the Giants in first place in the disappointing NFC East.
Palladino: Sorry State Of The NFC East Favors Manning And The GiantsWhile it’s true that Dallas, Philadelphia, and Washington all lurk just a game behind, the Giants have good reason to believe that this first-place stuff could become a permanent thing.