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Is the NFC East Still The Toughest Division?

After 10 weeks of football, which is the NFL's premier division?

Posted by Emil Steiner on November 10, 2008 11:00 AM
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shawn O'Neill: I think the nfc east is the best right now but the giants still have six games remaining so we will see who takes the division at the end of...

Roy Hobbs: NFC South? You have to be kidding. The Bucs are a fraud. They lost to Dallas when the Cowboys were without half their team. Only Carolina is...

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Wicked Cold :

Don't count out the AFC East. The Pats even without Brady are still contenders. The Dolphins seem born again with their wild cat formation that has not only made them contenders but made Ricky Williams a football player again, with apologies to Lenny Kravitz. The Jets are accident prone, but they're also prone to putting up 40+ points, not a bad habit. And the Bills are nothing to sneeze at. I see one of these teams locking horns with Tennessee for the AFC crown.

Larry :

Panthers are the top of the NFC and the NFC south reigns supreme.

OZZIE :

The NFC East are all powerhouse teams and are all still contenders at this point, but the NFC South teams all have really good records too right now.

Bitterterp :

As they mentioned on the broadcast last night, no team has been in sole possession of last place with a winning record this late in the season since 1935. That alone speaks volumes...and Gene...the 2nd place team in the NFC South lost to a hapless Dallas team and barely survived against an even sorrier KC bunch. Also, the Eagles beat the Falcons, and the Skins beat the saints. What are you talking about?

TellitLikeitis :

The East can hang with everyone except the mighty St. Louis Rams and Cleveland Browns! Oh, I'm sorry - they're two of the worst teams in football

Alex35332 :

If it comes down to the numbers its the NFC East with no questions asked. When we throw in, how teams play you thats a different story, I still give the edge to the NFC East, you got to come to play 3/4ths of the NFC conferences teams, if not more. Where I feel like if you give 1/2 the AFC teams 75% you can beat them. There are only 2 teams in the AFC that I can see beating an NFC team for the SB and thats Pitt and Tenn. However Was,NYG,CAR,Phi, Chi and GB all look like they can make it to the jewlers.

DrDunne :

Quantitative evidence would say the NFC East is significantly better than any other division.

It's hard to argue with numbers.

Crumville56 :

Im sorry but the NFC East is not only the best division in the NFL but the best in all professional sports HANDS DOWN !

Mark Hamblett :

Jeez Louise, the only other division that has all winners is the AFC East. I sat through an Atlanta game last weekend where the decidely Atlanta loving commentator crowed about how the NFC South was being treated badly in regard to the NFC East. Last I checked there was a team with a losing record in the division, how can that be comparable to a division in which all teams having a winning record?

We are still the beast in the east.

shawn O'Neill :

I think the nfc east is the best right now but the giants still have six games remaining so we will see who takes the division at the end of december when the eagles still have to play the cowboys and the giants.

Roy Hobbs :

NFC South? You have to be kidding. The Bucs are a fraud. They lost to Dallas when the Cowboys were without half their team. Only Carolina is a true contender. Atlanta hasn't played anybody outside of the division. How many East teams have they played? Michael Turner and Matt Ryan would not be putting up these numbers against the Giants, Redskins or Eagles defenses.

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