The Philadelphia Eagles are clicking on all cylinders and red hot with only one loss on the season. With the division title a lock, Philly now has it's sights set on home field advantage throughout the Playoffs. The Cowboys and Redskins are going in tow different directions but still have Wild Card aspirations, while the Giants appear to be heading for a lottery pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
2ND HALF PREVIEW
After scoring 51 points en route to dismantling the Broncos in Week 9, Philly is flying high sporting the leagues best record while enjoying a Week 10 Bye. The Eagles control their own destiny and currently have the inside track to the NFC East title and potentially home field advantage.
There haven't been too many dull moments for the Cowboys this year between the Ezekiel Elliott domestic violence case saga and owner Jerry Jones making headlines regarding issues with player protests and a potential lawsuit against the NFL. Dallas is playing it's best football so far this year but will likely be without Elliott for the foreseeable future, which is the most crucial part of the season.
Washington enters the second half of the season at 4-4, which is a prefect reflection of who they really are. Marred by injuries to the offensive line, the Skins have struggled badly to run the football and on defense they continue to give up one big play too many. Let's see if Quarterback Kirk Cousins can put the team on his back and earn Washington a playoff spot and himself a big contract extension in the process.
NEW YORK GIANTS
After making the Playoffs last season, New York came into the year ready to challenge the Cowboys for the NFC East title. The Giants brought back the majority of starters from the previous season and added Wide Receiver Brandon Marshall. However a rash of injuries, poor offensive line play and discipline issues on defense have led to the Giants demise.