NFL Offseason: Power Ranking NFC East Offenses
Free agency has come and gone. Teams have had their annual talent infusion via the draft. OTAs and minicamps have mostly come and gone.
It's time to look at how divisional foes stack up against each other and today we specifically look at ranking the offenses from the NFC East.
There's no question in my mind that the Philadelphia Eagles will have the most explosive offense in the NFC East—the question is for how long? Michael Vick has yet to play a full 16-game schedule with the Eagles. If it happens in 2012, expect some record books to be rewritten.
The Dallas Cowboys have all the pieces in place—of course, they usually do. This team is a paper champion seemingly every season and this year is no different. While Jason Garrett has the quarterback, running back and receivers to make some serious noise on offense, his tendency to sit on a lead and go into a conservative shell could be his team's undoing.
The defending champs will have a formidable offense as long as offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride and starting quarterback Eli Manning are in place. Despite losing Mario Manningham and Brandon Jacobs in the offseason, they may actually be better off at both positions. The loss of their top two tight ends in the Super Bowl coupled with their free-agent replacement showing up looking more like an offensive tackle might cause problems, but Manning is one of the best at adapting to adverse situations.
The Washington Redskins have grabbed most of the headlines this offseason by moving up to grab Robert Griffin III, but the hope that's been generated this spring will most likely come to an end rather quickly. I don't doubt for a second RGIII will be a very good NFL quarterback—but outside of Fred Davis, there just isn't a lot of top-shelf talent for Shanahan to work with on the offensive side of the ball.
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