1) New York Giants (36 percent)
While the Giants failed to qualify for the postseason in 2012, winning the NFC East is most certainly within reason in 2013.
Quarterback Eli Manning and head coach Tom Coughlin are among the best in the world at their jobs, and the team has talent throughout.
In the draft, Big Blue addressed needs along the offensive line (Syracuse's Justin Pugh in Round 1) and pass rush (Texas A&M's Damontre Moore in Round 3), two of their biggest areas of need.
While the linebacker position appears to be a disaster, if the pass rush is dialed in, that won't matter.
The Giants are listed slightly ahead of last year's NFC East champions, the Redskins, solely because of Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III's knee injury. Otherwise, the Redskins would hold this spot.
2) Washington Redskins (34 percent)
As noted above, if quarterback Robert Griffin III wasn't coming off ACL surgery, the Redskins would be the favorite to win the NFC East. Heck, they could easily still do it, with reports looking good on Griffin's surgically repaired right knee, according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post.
Head coach Mike Shanahan and his son, offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, had the offense humming in 2012. There's no reason to believe it won't continue into 2013.
With injured players set to return on defense (pass-rusher Brian Orakpo chief among them), Jim Haslett's unit should be better this season.
Again, if not for Griffin's injury, the Redskins would be the favorite to win the East, and they are just slightly behind the Giants as of this writing.
3) Philadelphia Eagles (15 percent)
Per Ryan Glasspiegel of Sports Illustrated, new head coach Chip Kelly has already changed the culture in Philadelphia, putting his stamp on the franchise with his innovative approach to management. But will innovative translate to wins?
While the Eagles will be better than their putrid 4-12 mark in 2012, they aren't as good as either the Giants or Washington. Presumed starting quarterback Michael Vick is injury-prone, and while there are quality players on offense, it's the defense that's truly worrisome, particularly a secondary that was torched more often than not last season.
Still, the Eagles have a fighter's shot at the crown in 2013.
4) Dallas Cowboys (15 percent)
Ah, the Cowboys. Owner Jerry Jones' team is always good for some entertainment.
This offseason, Jones stripped head coach Jason Garrett of the play-calling duties in favor of new offensive coordinator Bill Callahan, emasculating Garrett in what is most likely a make-or-break season for him.
The offensive line is a major issue, even with the drafting of center Travis Frederick in the first round. No matter how well quarterback Tony Romo plays, can the team protect him in the pocket?
Plus, the team hired 73-year old Monte Kiffin to run the defense, radically transforming the unit from a 3-4 to a Tampa-2 4-3. Can the Cowboys defensive personnel truly fit that scheme? It remains to be seen.
Because of Romo, the Cowboys have a chance. But it's not a good one.