3 Statistics That Prove the New York Giants Are Favorites to Win the NFC East

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3 Statistics That Prove the New York Giants Are Favorites to Win the NFC East
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The Philadelphia Eagles spent all offseason, as short as it was, improving their already good team that won the NFC East in 2010.

They signed and traded for Nnamdi Asomugha and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, respectively, and now field a defensive backfield with three Pro Bowl corner backs.

They also beefed up their defensive line with the addition of Jason Babin and Cullen Jenkins. For all intents and purposes, they are the proverbial favorites to win the NFC East.

It's pretty clear they will have to get by the Eagles in 2011—sorry Cowboys and Redskins fans—and will have a helluva time doing it.

This article will list three statistics that prove the Giants are actually the team to beat and not the Eagles, despite supposedly staying relatively quiet in free agency.

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