NFL Week 6 NFC East Picks: Don Bell Says Ravens 'Physicality' Will Be Too Much For Eagles To HandleCBS Philly's sports anchor thinks the Ravens' line play on both sides of the ball will be too much for the Birds this week.
NFL Week 5 NFC East Picks: SportsLine's Kenny White 'Shocked' By Cowboys Slow Start, Still Believes They're Best Team In DivisionDespite the Cowboys' slow start, SportsLine analyst Kenny White believes Dallas is the best team in the NFC East with the best chance of winning the division.
For Better Or Worse, Eagles Will Ride With Nick Foles In PlayoffsThe Eagles have no other realistic option than to hope for the best with Nick Foles in the NFL Playoffs.
Midday Show Predicts NFC South, NFC East Order Of FinishRick Kamla and John Michaels continued their preseason NFL coverage on Thursday by starting a regular segment (they'll finish next week) where they'll predict the order of the finish for every division in the league.
Thursday Night Breakdown: Giants Play For Seed; Eagles For PrideThe Giants can still win the NFC East title, but they'll have to get past an Eagles team looking to play the spoiler.
Keidel: Are Redskins Really A Playoff Contender?The NFC East is stuffed with playoff contenders, and thanks to Kirk Cousins and Jay Gruden, the Redskins are positioned for a run.
Keidel: Can The Eagles, Giants Catch The Cowboys?When the NFC East-leading Cowboys stumble, will the Eagles or Giants be waiting? We'll know more after Sunday.
Falcons Home Again For Matchup With 2-2 Washington RedskinsWashington is coming off a thrilling, last-second win over Philadelphia on Sunday, that has the Redskins tied for first place in the rough and tough NFC East.
Giants Will Try To Eliminate Late Game Struggles Against Redskins On Thursday NightThe New York Giants were leading in the fourth quarter of both of their games this season, and lost both of them. The Redskins opened the season with a new starting quarterback, but relied on the running game to win one of their first two games. The division rivals play in week three of Thursday Night Football.
Falcons Head To The Lone Star State To Take On Banged Up CowboysDallas is 2-0, with two great wins over division rivals New York and Philadelphia. But due to injuries, the Cowboys have as many questions about their team as anybody in the league.
Julio Jones Sits Out Practice For Second Straight Day With Tight HamstringSeveral Atlanta starters, including Jones, were no-go for Thursday, but head coach Dan Quinn said he believed they'd be ready to play by Sunday.