The 2013 NFL Draft will take place this week, so let’s take a look at which holes each team in the NFC East needs to fill to have a successful draft.
What the competition does will determine head coach Tom Coughlin’s ability to maneuver his team back to the top of the division once the season kicks off.
It would be hard for anyone to downplay what the Seattle Seahawks are now capable of heading forward. On Sunday they pretty much defended their well-deserved reputation as the team that nobody wants to face.
Marshawn Lynch ran for 131 yards in Seattle’s 24-14 playoff victory over the Washington Redskins.
When the red-hot Seahawks take on the equally scorching Redskins on Sunday afternoon in our nation’s capital the world will get to see the most fascinating QB battle in recent memory.
It’s a new generation that has Washington atop the NFC East for the first time this millennium.
It’s not totally out of the question that the Giants will get the help they need. But first, Big Blue will need to take care of their own business.
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The Packers and Seahawks are looking like NFC superpowers, while the Giants’ magic has appeared to run out.
Counted out by their own coach six weeks ago, the Washington Redskins and Robert Griffin III are on the brink of their first division title in 13 years.
“Our backs are against the wall,” wide receiver Victor Cruz told Francesa in his weekly spot. “… As individuals, as players, as athletes (and) as competitors, if we don’t want it then nobody else is going to want it.”
Which team is more of a threat to take the division from the Giants — the Dallas Cowboys or the Washington Redskins?
The Giants must show a willingness to engage that has only been apparent on an every-other-game basis in recent weeks.
So much for the Giants running away with the NFC East. Remember those rosy midseason thoughts? They’re all gone now, thanks to Sunday’s little 34-0 catastrophe in the Georgia Dome.
The Giants failed to answer the bell as they were steamrolled by the Falcons 34-0.