Who's the Best of the Struggling NFC East?

BR StudiosFeatured ColumnistSeptember 15, 2013

We're already two weeks into the 2013 NFL season, and the NFC East has amassed a paltry 2-6 record.

Most of those losses are attributed to the Washington Redskins and New York Giants, who are a combined 0-4 while giving up a record number of points and yards in the process. That doesn't even account for the seven interceptions from Eli Manning.

Granted, the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles both have division wins already, but losses to inferior teams in Week 2 give cause for concern.

So, in a division that is struggling mightily, which team separates itself from the rest?

Watch the video and find out what Bleacher Report's Aaron Nagler thinks of this listless division.

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