NFC East 2009: Top Ten Disappointments

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NFC East 2009: Top Ten Disappointments

Entering the 2009 NFL season, many expected the NFC East to be the league’s most dominant division. The Giants were coming off a 12-win season, the 9-7 Cowboys would have their new No. 1 receiver for a full season, the 8-8 Redskins added one of the game’s most dominant defensive players, and the Eagles, coming off an NFC Championship game, are always a trendy pick.

And though the division did have two playoff teams, neither made much of an impact (the Cowboys beat the Eagles, but were throttled by the Vikings). The Cowboys won their first playoff game this millennium, but the overall theme of the division was disappointment.

So here are the top ten NFC East disappointments among players, units, and story-lines.

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