I got the power: NFC East power rankings

Sonja Greenfield, Senior NFL Reporter NFC North, NFC East

By Sonja Greenfield //@Mom23RN

Like I said last week, I’ve never really been a huge fan of power rankings.  They’re meaningless, to be honest.  It’s essentially who’s hot and who’s not.

But when I do them, I love to have fun with it, and not take them too seriously.  For the most part.  I think a mixup of funny and serious is good.

Without further ado, I present the NFC East Power Rankings going into week 2.

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Grading the NFC East, Week 1

Sonja Greenfield, Senior NFL Reporter NFC North, NFC East

By Sonja Greenfield //@Mom23RN

Week 1 is in the books!  And that means school is back in session… which makes this post pretty much a gimme! The NFC East teams all faced each other opening week, so that makes it easy to grade.  Oh, and I grade on a curve in case you’re wondering.  Curves saved my grades a few times, so I’m returning the favor.

It was an eventful offseason for all teams in the division. Signings, hold outs, quarterback controversies, and more. But finally getting to play always makes it that much better.

Philadelphia Eagles:  I’ll give them an A-.  After a very, very slow start and the defense looking not great, the Eagles came alive. Quarterback Carson Wentz went on to have a day, along with returning wide receiver DeSean Jackson, and WR Alshon Jeffrey. The Eagles came back from being down 17-0 to get the win. I guess the best way to put it is that sometimes you just need to get back into the flow of regular season games.

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NFC East: the round up

Sonja Greenfield, Senior NFL Reporter NFC North, NFC East

By Sonja Greenfield //@Mom23RN

If you’re anything like me, you’re doing a Fortnite dance because we’ve finally made it to game 4 of the preseason!!

But even though we’re at the last week of the preseason, some questions still need to be answered, and that couldn’t be any truer than in the NFC East.

Let’s go around the division and see what questions still need answers!

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The NFC East round up week 3: The games

 

Sonja Greenfield, Senior NFL Reporter NFC North, NFC East

By Sonja Greenfield //@Mom23RN

Three of the four teams in the division played Thursday night and the Cowboys played on Saturday.  The Giants perfect preseason record was on the line, for what that’s worth.  The Redskins were trying to figure out their quarterback situation, and the Eagles were trying to break the Raven’s preseason streak.  The Cowboys welcomed in the Texans and tried to get back to the football that was on the field, instead of contract issues.

Let’s see how it all shook out.

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The NFC East round up- preseason week 2

 

Sonja Greenfield, Senior NFL Reporter NFC North, NFC East

By Sonja Greenfield //@Mom23RN

Whew…what a week it’s been.  Starting with the Cowboys and their drama between owner Jerry Jones and running back Ezekiel Elliot, to the Giants quarterback Daniel Jones. Then we have the Eagles doing fun things with kickers, and last but not least, Washington continues with trade rumors for left tackle Trent Williams. Let’s head around the division to see what else has been going on.

Washington Redskins

As I mentioned just 2 sentences ago, William’s future is up in the air.  He’s apparently holding out for reasons that remain unknown, but could it be that he’s losing faith in Washington’s front office’s ability to care for him and his health in the future. The situation is still sort of unknown.

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What’s happening in the NFC East

Sonja Greenfield, Senior NFL Reporter NFC North and NFC East

By Sonja Greenfield // @Mom23RN

As I said last week, I’m going to be covering the NFC East.  And let me just start by saying when it comes to rivalries, the NFC East is the best.

The AFC North is close, but the NFC East takes the cake.  I have never seen four fan bases go so hard on each other all the time.  It’s the best thing next to the Michigan/Ohio State rivalry in my mind.

This week, I’m going to check out what’s going on with each team and what they’ve got coming up for their next preseason game!

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Let me reintrouduce myself

Sonja Greenfield, Senior NFL Reporter NFC North and NFC East

By Sonja Greenfield // @Mom23RN

My dad used to always ask me if the Atlanta Braves had won when I was a teenager. Finally, I figured out who they were, and followed them. As I got older, I started paying attention more to sports. First baseball, then onto football.

Being born and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Michigan Football was a way of life. Ohio State is the enemy, and that’s just how it was. My love for college football grew and eventually expanded to the NFL.

I enjoyed watching the Denver Broncos win the Super Bowl in ’98 and ’99. When I came back from college, I moved to downtown Detroit, right across from what would eventually be the Detroit Lions new home. I loved football, so I was all about the Detroit Lions.

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So, really: Who has the best NFL fans

Sonja Greenfield, Senior NFL Reporter

By Sonja Greenfield // @Mom23RN

If you ask anyone on Twitter, or anywhere, to be quite honest, of course, everyone will say that they are the best fans in the NFL.  If you ask me, it’s a title that really shouldn’t be taken too seriously, because there’s always some sort of bias to it.  But that’s just me.

However, a professor from Emory University, Dr. Mike Lewis, performed a study and ranked the fanbases of all 32 NFL teams.

The top 3?  Eagles fans, Patriots fans, and Cowboy fans.

The bottom 3?  Titans fans, Chiefs fans and Rams fans.

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Taking a look at the NFC East’s draft

Marquita Quinones
NFL Reporter

By Marquita Quinones // @LatinLove729

Now that the dust has settled and the 2019 NFL Draft is in the recent past, our experts have weighed in on teams choices.

I have to say though, that the NFC East has been of particular interest to me.

What especially intrigued me were the low scores that were given for their picks.

Let’s review some of the best choices along with some of the most puzzling choices.

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Checking in on the NFC East quarterbacks

Sonja Greenfield Senior NFL Reporter

By Sonja Greenfield //@Mom23RN

Last week I looked at the quarterbacks of the NFC North to preview what their 2019 season may look like. Apparently, you guys liked it, so I’m going to keep that train moving.  This week I’m going to take a look at the quarterbacks of the NFC East.

Overall, it’s been a pretty quiet offseason for the NFC East. Outside of the Giants and the Eagles making some blockbuster moves, it’s been pretty calm in terms of free agency.

This week I ask, what will 2019 look like for the NFC East Quarterbacks? And it’s a dubious situation, to say the least, unlike the NFC North, where barring injury, the quarterbacks are pretty solid.  Here in the NFC East, it’s not quite the same.

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