Power shift in the NFC East?

Before the season, experts and voters alike liked either the Washington Redskins or New York Giants to claim the NFC East title. Three weeks in, neither has won a game. Washington fell 27-20 to the Detroit Lions at home Sunday. The Giants were embarrassed by the Carolina Panthers 38-0. Meanwhile, the Dallas Cowboys hammered the St. Louis Rams 31-7, meaning America's Team owns twice as many victories as the rest of its division combined. Will the current standings hold?

Which team will win the NFC East?

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    69%
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    19%
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    6%
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    6%

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  • Which NFC East team has been more disappointing?

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      68%
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      32%

    Discuss (Total votes: 100,874)

  • How many games will the Cowboys win this season?

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      24%
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      43%
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      33%

    Discuss (Total votes: 23,222)

  • Is Tom Coughlin on the hot seat?

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      62%
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      38%

    Discuss (Total votes: 41,872)

  • Who/what is most to blame for the Giants' ugly 0-3 start?

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      10%
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      21%
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      24%
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      34%
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      11%

    Discuss (Total votes: 13,495)

  • When will Robert Griffin III return to form?

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      15%
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      37%
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      16%
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      32%

    Discuss (Total votes: 12,905)

  • Are the Giants and Redskins finished for 2013 in terms of playoff contention?

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      47%
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      14%
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      11%
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      28%

    Discuss (Total votes: 12,962)

  • What grade do you give Eagles coach Chip Kelly through three weeks?

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      3%
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      28%
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      54%
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      12%
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      3%

    Discuss (Total votes: 65,766)

  • If you had to win a game next week, which NFC East quarterback would you want as starter?

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      9%
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      25%
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      47%
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      19%

    Discuss (Total votes: 12,896)

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