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The NFC East has been the most unpredictable division over the past several years. There hasn’t been a repeat winner since the Philadelphia Eagles won the last of four straight titles in 2004 and since then every club has won multiple division crowns. Five times in the last decade we’ve seen the division winner rise from a last place finish the season before, so there is hope for the New York Giants, who haven’t won the East since 2011, the longest drought among the four teams. Still, oddsmakers peg this as a two-team race between Philadelphia and defending champion Dallas, which won its fifth division in the last five years with a 10-6 record in 2018.

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Philadelphia Eagles +104

Dallas Cowboys +151

Washington Redskins +633

New York Giants +1750

NFL NFC East

The Cowboys won their third division in five years, making them the closest to a dominant team in the division. But even that wasn’t enough to sway the experts, who slotted the Boys behind the Eagles on the opening division title odds. Philadelphia is counting on a full season, or at least one that isn’t interrupted by injuries, from Carson Wentz. Inked to a new deal during the offseason, Wentz won’t have Nick Foles as his backup and will need to perform to his pre-injury 2017 form for Philly to claim the division and reach the playoffs for a third straight season.

Standing in the Eagles’ way is Dallas, which won seven of its last eight games in 2018 to return to the top of the standings. Included in that run was a pair of victories over Philadelphia. New offensive coordinator Kellen Moore will try and spice up Dallas’ attack, which became stagnant and predictable. Knowing what they’re going to do and stopping it are two different things, and the Boys pounded rushing leader Ezekiel Elliott at opponents. Dak Prescott fell off from his brilliant 2016 rookie season, but he’ll have the services of Jason Witten, who retired from the broadcast booth to return to more familiar surroundings.

Quarterback play in the division is a question mark heading into the new season. Wentz missed eight games due to injury over the past two seasons. Prescott saw his numbers fall dramatically before a slight uptick towards the end of last season. Eli Manning is likely on his farewell tour with the Giants and hasn’t been an elite level player in a few years. And what’s going on in Washington? Case Keenum will get the chance to start as both Colt McCoy and Alex Smith recover from season-ending injuries. This will eventually be Dwayne Haskins’ team and that could come sooner rather than later.

National Football Conference Teams

NFC EAST NFC NORTH NFC SOUTH NFC WEST
Philadelphia Eagles Chicago Bears New Orleans Saints Los Angeles Rams
Dallas Cowboys Green Bay Packers Atlanta Falcons Seattle Seahawks
Washington Redskins Minnesota Vikings Carolina Panthers San Francisco 49ers
New York Giants Detroit Lions Tampa Bay Buccaneers Arizona Cardinals

List of NFC East Winners

TEAM WINNER RECORD
2018 Kansas City Chiefs 12-4
2017 Kansas City Chiefs 10-6
2016 Kansas City Chiefs 12-4
2015 Denver Broncos 12-4
2014 Denver Broncos 12-4
2013 Denver Broncos 13-3
2012 Denver Broncos 13-3
2011 Denver Broncos 8-8
2010 Kansas City Chiefs 10–6
2009 San Diego Chargers 13–3
2008 San Diego Chargers 8–8
2007 San Diego Chargers 11–5
2006 San Diego Chargers 14–2
2005 Denver Broncos 13–3
2004 San Diego Chargers 12–4
2003 Kansas City Chiefs 13–3
2002 Oakland Raiders 11–5
2001 Oakland Raiders 10–6
2000 Oakland Raiders 12–4
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1999 Washington Redskins 10-6
1998 Dallas Cowboys 10-6
1997 New York Giants 10-5-1
1996 Dallas Cowboys 10-6
1995 Dallas Cowboys 12-4
1994 Dallas Cowboys 12-4
1993 Dallas Cowboys 12-4
1992 Dallas Cowboys 13-3
1991 Washington Redskins 14-2
1990 New York Giants 13-3
1989 New York Giants 12-4
1988 Philadelphia Eagles 10-6
1987 Washington Redskins 11-4
1986 New York Giants 14-2
1985 Dallas Cowboys 10-6
1984 Washington Redskins 11-5
1983 Washington Redskins 14-2
1982 Washington Redskins 8-1
1981 Dallas Cowboys 12-4
1980 Philadelphia Eagles 12-4
1979 Dallas Cowboys 11-5
1978 Dallas Cowboys 12-4
1977 Dallas Cowboys 12-2
1976 Dallas Cowboys 11-3
1975 St. Louis Cardinals 11-3
1974 St. Louis Cardinals 10-4
1973 Dallas Cowboys 10-4
1972 Washington Redskins 11-3
1971 Dallas Cowboys 11-3
1970 Dallas Cowboys 10-4
1969 Dallas Cowboys 11-2-1
1968 Dallas Cowboys 12-2
1967 Dallas Cowboys 9-5

The NFC East has had some tremendous stretches in its history. Tom Landry's Cowboys won four division titles in a row in the late-1970s after winning five straight in the late-1960s (back when the NFC East was known as the NFL Capitol Division). Then Jimmy Johnson's Cowboys did so a record five times in a row in the early- and mid-1990s. Inside that run, the NFC East absolutely dominated in the postseason, too. The Giants, Redskins and Cowboys all won division titles from 1990 through 1995, and there were five Super Bowls for those three teams in those six seasons.

The division has been hard to predict recently. There hasn’t been a repeat winner since the Eagles won four straight from 2001 to 2004. We’ve also seen last place teams make the leap to the top of the standings in a single season. The Eagles finished first in 2017 after going 7-9 the year before, Dallas went worst to first in 2016 and Washington did the same the season before.

Philadelphia’s Super Bowl victory following the 2017 season made the NFC East the only current division with each member to win a Lombardi Trophy.

Most NFC East Division Titles

TEAM TITLES LAST
Dallas Cowboys 23 2018
Philadelphia Eagles 10 2017
Washington Redskins 9 2015
New York Giants 8 2011
St. Louis Cardinals 2 1975

The history and tradition of the NFC East is as deep as it gets in the NFL. Of course, geographically, this division hasn't always made the most sense, but the NFL wanted to keep the Dallas/New York, Dallas/Washington and Dallas/Philadelphia rivalries alive. Lost was the rivalry with the Cardinals. Having St. Louis in the NFC East used to make a lot of sense; it made less sense when the Cardinals packed their bags for Phoenix. The Cards were moved to the NFC West with the 2002 realignment, taking their two NFC East banners with them.

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