As ranked by NFL.com:
7) NFC East: Eagles, Cowboys, Redskins, Giants
There’s an argument to be made that the NFC East has as good a 1-2 punch atop the division as any, so the fact that it comes in second to last on this list shows that we’re ranking many groups that are close to evenly matched.
One of the league’s most injured teams last season, the Eagles should be among the NFC favorites once again. The Cowboys’ offense has a lot of room to grow with new coordinator Kellen Moore expected to add some much-needed fresh ideas.
The division is ranked seventh because the Redskins and Giants would both be lucky to sniff eight wins, regardless of when their rookie quarterbacks crack the lineup.
Even if Eli Manning and/or Daniel Jones play well, the Giants’ defense looks to be a year away: