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Who wins the NFC East?

Who wins the NFC East?  

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  1. 1. Who wins the NFC East?

    • Dallas Cowboys
    • Philadelphia Eagles


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10 minutes ago, aussie_eagle said:

Really is ridiculous Eagles have a chance given their injuries. The worst injury run I've ever seen in a team sport

This was actually debunked by a redskins fan. The Eagles are only very slightly above average for this year. Yall are a couple more missed games ahead of being tied with us for the season. The Redskins were *MILES* ahead of either of us in terms of injuries. 

 

It just feels that way because its been pretty much your entire WR corps. 

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15 minutes ago, aussie_eagle said:

Really is ridiculous Eagles have a chance given their injuries. The worst injury run I've ever seen in a team sport

yet the cowboys cry about a few missed practices while eagles players drop like starks at the red wedding

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Saquon Barkley to me: Yo Matts, STFU!

Matts: Yo Barks, I dare you to do that 5 more times. 

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5 minutes ago, Matts4313 said:

This was actually debunked by a redskins fan. The Eagles are only very slightly above average for this year. Yall are a couple more missed games ahead of being tied with us for the season. The Redskins were *MILES* ahead of either of us in terms of injuries. 

 

It just feels that way because its been pretty much your entire WR corps. 

Early in year it was entire secondary. 2nd half of year entire WR. This last game #1 rb (Sanders out early in game), #1 te out (Ertz), 2 probowl o lineman out (1 during game, 1 out whole game)

It's a bit different when some scrubs are out vs key players 

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3 minutes ago, aussie_eagle said:

Early in year it was entire secondary. 2nd half of year entire WR. This last game #1 rb (Sanders out early in game), #1 te out (Ertz), 2 probowl o lineman out (1 during game, 1 out whole game)

It's a bit different when some scrubs are out vs key players 

It actually took players contract size into account so that having a noname player was weighted less than a big contract guy. 

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41 minutes ago, Matts4313 said:

This was actually debunked by a redskins fan. The Eagles are only very slightly above average for this year. Yall are a couple more missed games ahead of being tied with us for the season. The Redskins were *MILES* ahead of either of us in terms of injuries. 

 

It just feels that way because its been pretty much your entire WR corps. 

I'll wait for the Football outsiders analysis, but no the Eagles team has been decimated by injuries this year, and was the most injured team last year.

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27 minutes ago, Matts4313 said:

It actually took players contract size into account so that having a noname player was weighted less than a big contract guy. 

Contract value is a terrible indication of players impact.

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Blowing the division then blowing out a team in a meaningless game to go to 8-8 sums up Jason Garrett’s Cowboys 

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10 minutes ago, MKnight82 said:

Congrats Eagles.  You have earned the right to get pummeled in the playoffs.

Its going to be cute hearing them talk all week about how they might have a chance. And then someone drops a hopeful 50 burger on them. 

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Phew....

I would've rather the Redskins won, but at least we're still picking in the teens...

...and skipping the post season embarrassment.  That's all yours, Eagles!

#NFCBEAST

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Rooting for a higher draft pick is such a soft move, but what do you expect from a franchise that hasn’t been relevant in 25 years lol

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1 minute ago, RBreezy said:

Rooting for a higher draft pick is such a soft move, but what do you expect from a franchise that hasn’t been relevant in 25 years lol

No it's not frankly. And many of us were doing the exact same a month ago. 

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The Eagles have a SMALL chance, only because it's at home this week. If somehow they can make it through that first WC game and get DeSean Jackson back along with some other starters likely to get healthy like Lane Johnson for one, all bets are off.

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