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10-20-2013, 07:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Stoneman89 View Post
Hands up. At the beginning of the season, who thought Dallas and Philly would be duking it out for the division lead, and the Redskins and Giants would sucking hind teat?

Go Cowboys!

Tony Homo rules!

P.S. And holy ****. I know they haven't exactly played some juggernauts yet, but the Chiefs are orchestrating one of the biggest one season turnarounds this league has ever seen. At a perfect 6-0, only allowing an incredible 65 PA in total, and with the now struggling Texans on the menu this weekend, followed by very winnable games against Cleveland and Buffalo, this team could be going into the big matchup against Denver in week 11 with a 9-0 start and the bye week to rest up before the big one. Alex Smith has always been a QB to just manage a game, and let the bigger parts do the heavy lifting. I know the organization has made some astute player moves, but can a coach (And Reid) make this much of a difference in this short of time? Perhaps based on this model, there may be hope yet for the Eskimos.
The NFC East is an interesting division. Gotta remember the Redskins started 3-6 last year before their amazing run to finish out the season.

RGIII had his best start of the year and looks like he is back to last season's form. If he stays healthy I think the Redskins have a very good chance of repeating.

They are only 1 1/2 games out of the lead in the weakest division in football.

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