Philadelphia Eagles (10-6): Was last season a fluke year for Nick Foles? Is he the real deal? Well this will be the year we will find out. The defense will have to improve significantly this season in the 2nd year of defensive coordinator Bill Davis, otherwise winning the division will mean nothing if they can't compete in the postseason. Watching Sporles and McCoy in the same offense should be fun this year though.
New York Giants (9-7): The Giants need for Eli Manning to have the exact opposite season that he did a year ago. With new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo, he will try to make sure of that. The team also went on a bit of a spending spree to add some depth to their roster, especially beef up their offensive line. Which will be key for Eli Manning to turn things around in 2014.
Dallas Cowboys (7-9): I have to wonder, are there still people out there waiting for the Cowboys to break through? Well I'll tell you what...I'm done with that. We all know this team can put up points, but sometimes Romo's bads can over shadow his good. On the other side of the ball, the defense, needs to improve mightily as well and with Lee out for the year and Scandrick suspended the first 4 games of the season it's highly unlikely.
Washington Redskins (6-10): Will RGIII show that potential that he had in his rookie season or will he struggle like he did last year? With Jay Gruden named the new head coach of the Redskins and the addition of DeSean Jackson many people think RGIII will return. However as it seems like the rest of the NFC East their may not have been as much addressing on defense to really help this team push forward.