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Jason Brewer
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Jason Brewer

An economics student at Fordham University who runs Bleeding Green Nation

NFC West worse


I think it would be a pretty hard argument to make that the NFC East is the worst division in football. It certainly isn't the best like it maybe was in years passed, but the simple fact is that three of the four teams are at least two games over .500. Only one other division in the league has three teams over .500.

Looking at that fact, top to bottom you'd have to say the NFC East is still among the best. What the division doesn't have, which it has in the past, is a real dominant team. The Eagles, Giants, & Cowboys are all above average teams but none are dominant. So does that mean the NFC South who has one great team and a bunch of bad or mediocre teams is a better overall division? I suppose that's a matter of opinion. I don't think it's a matter of opinion whether the NFC East is the worst division in football. It's not. As of right now I believe the NFC East would be sending three teams to the playoffs.

The worst division in football this year is the same one it's been for several years. The NFC West.

By Jason Brewer  |  November 23, 2009; 11:55 AM ET  | Category:  Dallas Cowboys , New York Giants , Philadelphia Eagles , Washington Redskins Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   StumbleUpon   Technorati  
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