The NFC East is starting to shape up to be a dominant division with all four teams. The Eagles remain undefeated with the Giants and Cowboys duking it out for a second place in the division, but now the Commanders made a necessary comeback to turn their season around. Could it possibly soon be anyone’s division? We will see.

Dallas Cowboys: Dak is Back

Dak is back like he never left. Dak Prescott made his return against the Detroit Lions to help put together a win, 24-6. Prescott looked sharp as ever throwing 19-for-25 for 207 yards and one touchdown. What’s even better, is the defense felt the energy of having their QB back and held the Lions to only six points.

New York Giants: Do They Ever Lose?

The Giants continue to slay the teams that we thought coming into the season would be dominating shoo-in playoff teams. The Giants won against the Baltimore Ravens over the weekend, 24-20. The Ravens put up a good fight, but it was not enough for Daniel Jones and Co.

Washington Commanders: Taylor Turnaround

Taylor Heinicke stepped in at quarterback after Carson Wentz went down with an injury. Heinicke had a great day on Sunday beating the Green Bay Packers, 23-21. Heinicke went 20-for-33 for 201 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. Now that the Commanders are in a prime position to turn their season around, could Heinicke be the solution?

Philadelphia Eagles: Philly Teams Just Don’t Lose

In another week where the Eagles just did not lose (due to the bye week), another Philadelphia team won major as well. The Philadelphia Phillies handled business against the San Diego Padres to advance to the World Series. Now, the Phillies (an underdog) will face off against a team with a history of cheating – where have we seen this before? Jordan Mailata and Jason Kelce were among the Eagles celebrating the World Series victory.

 

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