NFC East

Joke all you want, but this is not the NFC Least anymore. The Eagles look like the best team in the NFC, Dallas has stood tall despite losing Dak Prescott for a month, and the Giants look more competitive. Let’s not forget about Washington. Philadelphia’s defense worked them over, but they’re not the pushovers of the past few years.

Dallas Cowboys – Cooper Rush and the Cowboys pulled away from the Giants in the 4th quarter and it was a good day for Dallas’ run game. Both Tony Pollard (105 yards) and Ezekiel (73 yards and a touchdown) were well worth the starts. CeeDee Lamb was productive making sick one-handed touchdown grabs, but continues to drop the easy ones. As for Noah Brown, he looks really good as the Cowboys’ No. 2 receiver but Michael Gallup impending return might impact his target share.

New York Giants – The best thing we can say is that Saquon Barkley is still healthy and looks like his old self. Unfortunately, we can say the same thing about Daniel Jones. He kept the score close until the Giants needed him to make plays in the 4th quarter. Leading receiver Sterling Shepard tore and ACL and will miss the rest of the season. If Kenny Golladay is not going to step up, then Wan’Dale Robinson and Kadarius Toney have to get healthy and back on the field. Pronto.

Philadelphia Eagles – It’s awfully tough being a fantasy owner of Miles Sanders, Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott. Sanders is getting the touches, but in the red zone, the best option has been Jalen Hurts. He flashed off his throwing arm in Week 3 finding DeVonta Smith for a huge game, and kept owners of A.J. Brown and Dallas Goedert happy too. Outside of Sanders getting more meaningful touches, this was a very happy balance.

Washington Commanders – The Carson Wentz critics are chirping since this abomination of a game ended. Wentz was sacked nine times, lost 1-of-2 fumbles, and completing just 58.1 percent of his passes. He missed on a lot of his throws to Jahan Dotson,