And finally, we come to the most talented pass rushing division in football: the NFC East.
All four teams in this division are stacked with pass rush ability. The Eagles, Redskins, and Cowboys are among the top three in the league in sacks. The Giants are fifth.
The Cowboys are led by arguably the best pass rusher in the league Demarcus Ware and penetrating nose tackle Jay Ratliff.
Despite such ability, Dallas is probably the worst pass rushing team in the division, only because the rest of the division is so talented.
The Redskins have found two very talented young players in Brian Orakpo and Ryan Kerrigan. Both have played very well so far, with Orakpo named NFC defensive player of the week in Week 4.
They are part of a defense that includes London Fletcher, Adam Carriker, and Stephen Bowen.
Then, there are the Eagles. The Eagles picked up Jason Babin in free agency, and he is leading the league with seven sacks so far.
Opposite of him is Trent Cole, one of the most consistent, underrated defensive ends in the NFL. Finally, there's free agent pickup Cullen Jenkins, who has been effective in the middle.
Last but not least, there are the Giants. The Giants have to have the most stacked defensive line in the league. Chris Canty, Linval Joseph, Dave Tollefson, and Michael Boley have all played well this year. And they're not even the stars of this team.
The real meat of the Giants defensive line has yet to all play together. Justin Tuck, Osi Umenyiora, Jason Pierre-Paul, and Mathias Kiwanuka are four of the most fearsome pass rushers in the league.
When all four play together, they'll be continuously rotated to be kept fresh. And then there are the immensely productive backups.
Just wait, NFL, just wait. The best of the Giants is yet to come.