By Michael Donovan
It’s a neck and neck battle between the NFC East and the AFC South for worst division in the NFL.
Or maybe worst division in all of sports history.
The AFC South is 4-16 playing out of the division and could easily provide us a playoff team with a losing record.
But the NFC East takes the cake because we are subjected to watching this exercise in vanilla attention-grabbing every week because the teams are in major media markets — Philly, New York, D. C. and Dallas.
At least the humble AFC South doesn’t have delusions of grandeur. It also has three young quarterbacks that are interesting to watch (Andrew Luck, Marcus Mariota and Blake Bortles), even if they aren’t consistent.
The NFC East’s most watchable team is the Eagles, if only because its offense is such a confusing experiment. We all need less NFC East in our lives.