NFC East: the roundup

Sonja Greenfield, Senior NFL Reporter NFC North, NFC East

By Sonja Greenfield  //@Mom23RN

Unlike the NFC North that I wrote about yesterday, not everyone in the NFC East won last Sunday.  But it’s now time to reset and get ready to kick off week 4.  It’s been an eventful week for the NFC East from hilarious to frustrating. Let’s head around and take a peek at the action.

New York Giants: This week was rookie quarterback Daniel Jones’s first start. He had a record-breaking performance, and lead the Giants to a comeback victory in Tampa Bay. The Giants twitter account had some time today to throw a little shade as well.  But with that win, came a loss in running back Saquon Barkley with a high ankle sprain.

But now it is time for RB Wayne Gallman to fill Barkley’s spot. While he’s obviously not Barkley, Gallman still was a reliable part of the Giants offense pre-Barkley.  Besides, now with Jones at quarterback, if he can keep up his performance against Washington this week, the offense will be very balanced.

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Eagles Are Their Own Worst Enemy

Official Eagles Reporter

By Roxann Herrera //@rxnlzbth

Eagles – 31     Bears – 3

 

After enjoying some much needed time off and a long overdue family gathering, I watched the Eagles/Bears game and had the biggest smile on my face.  It was a great weekend personally, and I  wasn’t too concerned about the outcome of the game.  But, if I’m being honest, it feels pretty good having this kind of confidence in your team. 

The Philadelphia Eagles played a sloppy game with three total fumbles for the day and it was frustrating to watch because these are the kinds of mistakes we can’t afford to make when it counts the most.  Sunday’s game wasn’t the most important game of the season, not even close.  However, turnovers of any kind need to be immediately addressed. Fortunately, Chicago didn’t gain any points from any of those fumbles but the same thing can’t be said for a team such as Seattle or maybe even the Rams, which are the Eagles’ next two road games.
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