Is the NFC East the best division in football? That remains to be seen. But it certainly holds the most intrigue entering the 2006 season.
One year after reaching the Super Bowl, the Philadelphia Eagles lost all six intradivisional games, so you just never know how things will play out in the NFL. The Washington Redskins appeared to improve the most among the East Division teams, and there are some even predicting a long-awaited return to the Super Bowl for Joe Gibbs and crew. Eli Manning received plenty of criticism for his difficulties in the red zone last season, but he's still learning and maybe too much was expected too soon. And Terrell Owens stays in the division, joining Jerry Jones and Bill Parcells in Dallas.
How will things play out in the NFC East in 2006? Is Mark Brunell the man to lead the Redskins to the Super Bowl? Will T.O. be the best wide receiver in the game this season? Does Donovan McNabb have the weapons he needs to get the Eagles back on top? And is it fair to expect Eli Manning to be as good as his brother, Peyton?
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