Even this division only took 9 wins to take last year, many think this may be the toughest division in football next year. The NY Giants are the reigning champions. They had a great draft adding options to their offense in David Wilson (RB-VA Tech) and Rueben Randle (WR). Next, the Cowboys surprised everyone by moving up and snatching Clairborne in the first round. They also had some key secondary additions that should help them, but then again don't the Cowgirls always look good on paper? Next, the Eagles snatched Flecth Cox to add on the same line as Babin and Cole. Eagles ended last season on a tear and we all know their offense is as explosive as an offense as you will see in the NFL. And finally, last but not least the Washington Redskins made one of the biggest trades in NFL history and by moving up and getting the trackster from Baylor, Robert Griffin the Third. In addition to this, Redskins added some threats in Garcon and Josh Morgan.
Seems that all of the NFC East Teams have improved, the only division that I think could be toughest is the AFC East. What do you guys think?