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NFC East 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008)                 National Football League                     NFC  East The NFC East, which is comprised of the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins, is certainly one of the best divisions in the league. There have been numerous changes and upgrades on each squad and team chemistries continue to More...

New York Giants 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008)                 New York Giants The New York Giants (10-6) beat the odds last season by going to the Super Bowl and by beating the heavily favored New England Patriots. Unpopular coach and disciplinarian Tom Coughlin suddenly became popular and less severe; Eli Manning was no longer the choke-master in big games and an adequate defense blossomed into a feared Blitz Krieg. Was it a dream? Last season, Eli More...

Philadelphia Eagles 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008)                 Philadelphia Eagles The Philadelphia Eagles (8-8) look to be turning a corner, and it’s a corner that leads to a downward slope. The club is aging and lacking elite talent. Head coach Andy Reid utilizes a West Coast scheme, which means an emphasis on passing. But does this club have the personnel—QB and pass catchers—to succeed in the air? Donovan McNabb (473 ATT, 291 CO More...

Dallas Cowboys 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008)                     Dallas Cowboys In 2007, the Dallas Cowboys (13-3) put in one of their most successful regular seasons ever, only to lose in the first round of the playoffs. Talk about motivation for 2008? The club has talent—it sent 13 players to the Pro Bowl, and they’ve committed to signing some of the best players in the game to long-term deals. Is this the season that the Cowboys lass More...

Washington Redskins 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008)                 Washington Redskins The Washington Redskins (9-7) surprised many by making their second post-season appearance in three seasons. They showed a fairly average offense and a better than average defense. This season first-time head coach Jim Zorn takes over for the legendary Joe Gibbs. Watch for Zorn to pass, pass and pass again. Quarterback Jason Campbell (417 ATT, 250 COMP, 2,700 YDS, 12 T More...

NFC West 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008)                 National Football League                     NFC West The NFC West could field three teams worthy of the playoffs. That is if everything falls into place for each of those clubs. The Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals have the potential to get to the post-season. The Seattle Seahawks, co More...

St. Louis Rams 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008)                 St. Louis Rams Last season, the Saint Louis Rams (3-13) tied for second with a record that should have earned them last place. This season, the Rams used the draft to upgrade both sides of the ball. The team should be a contender after five years of steady decline. Seven-year veteran Mark Bulger (378 ATT, 221 COMP, 2,392 YDS, 11 TDs, 15 INT) has been sacked more than any other current NFL More...

San Francisco 49ers 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008)                 San Francisco 49ers When you consider all of the scenarios, it’s hard to imagine the San Francisco 49ers (5-11) finishing any better than third and any worse than third in the NFC West. The 49ers have been a losing team for every one of head coach Mike Nolan’s (16-32) three seasons. Nolan is back. He has to get this team into the mix or else face the inevitable. QB Alex Smith More...

Seattle Seahawks 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008)                     Seattle Seahawks The Seattle Seahawks (10-6) took first place in the NFC West and then beat the Washington Redskins 35-14 in the first-round of the playoffs. In the next playoff game, they ran into the Green Bay Packers who hammered them 42-20.  This season, the Hawks are looking to take it to the limit by becoming league champs for the first time ever. QB Matt Has More...

Arizona Cardinals 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008)                 Arizona Cardinals Well if there’s ever a team that’s tough to figure out, it’s this year’s Arizona Cardinals (8-8). The Cards, who have been a team of promise for the past three years, come up to the table once again as a club with potential. The 2007 season was the best they’ve fielded in five years. QB Matt Leinart (112 ATT, 60 COMP, 647 YDS, 2 TD, 4 INT) e More...

 

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