OK OK OK. I know that the NFC East is one of the more talented and competitive divisions in football and that all the other teams in the NFC East have been select at one point or another to take the division.
Philly has a ton of talent. A dream team if you will.
Vick, Jackson, McCoy are scoring threats on offense. Rodgers-Cromarte and Asomugha make a very formidable CB tandem. I am not sold, though.
In the preseason they have looked OK, but not dominant. The Cowboys only upgrade was their coach and a healthy Tony Romo. Romo hasn't really lead that team to a anything beyond frustrating end to a season and Jason Garrett is in his first full season as a head coach.
The Giants have lost more players to injury than they picked up and some of those were season ending. By taking all that into consideration, that leaves me with the Redskins.
They showed a spark last season when Rex Grossman (yes that Rex Grossman Bears Fans) took over for an ineffective McNabb.
In the preseason, Rex Grossman looked like a leader on the team and even though he was fighting it out with John Beck (yes, Dolphins fans, that John beck), he was able to take over the starting job.
Tim Hightower has looked like the back that Arizona wanted him to be and Santana Moss is always a big play threat. Their defense looks to be improved, but it is not on par with either the Eagles or Giants.
Also, I just get a gut feeling that they are going to surprise people in the second year of the Mike Shanahan's era. Maybe even a Super Bowl?