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The NFC East was in shambles last season with the exception of one team- the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Giants had a shot at the top spot until Matt Dodge infamously punted the ball to the Eagles' Desean Jackson who subsequently ran it back for the walk off touchdown, but the Redskins and Cowboys were never in contention for the division crown.
The 'Skins have a questionable quarterback situation and shouldn't improve much, if at all, from last year. The Cowboys, on the other hand, will be welcoming back their signal caller who missed most of 2010 with a broken collar bone.
Tony Romo has the potential to take Dallas to the playoffs, but after Philly became a magnet for the league's top free agents, it will be a tough task.
The Eagles' once-dismal defense suddenly looks to be one of the best in the NFL with the additions of Jason Babin, Cullen Jenkins, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, and top corner Nmadi Asomugha.
The Giants have already lost the best thing they gained this offseason to a broken foot in rookie Prince Amukamara and one of their best defensive stars, Osi Umenyiora, is unhappy with his contract.
All signs point to Philadelphia claiming the NFC East once again.