Dallas Cowboys: sawemoff Philadelphia Eagles: Sgt Jowers New York Giants: I Peench Washington Redskins: MoonBBad In the historically rich NFC East, 4 of TMFL's tougher competitors all inherit their favorite teams; locked in a even struggle for a NFC East Championship and a shot to hoist the Lombardi trophy. The cyber Rodger Goodell (Shaun Mason) knew what he was doing when he set forth and assembled this roster. Every game will be a battle, every possession will matter. No BS gimmicks over here ... And that's why this is THE' Black & Blue division! ALL NFC EAST TEAM: QB: Eli Manning (NYG) RB: LeSean McCoy (PHI) FB: James Casey (PHI) TE: Jason Witten (DAL) WR: Dez Bryant (DAL) WR: Victor Cruz (NYG) WR: Josh Morgan (WAS) OT: Tryon Smith (DAL) / Trent Smith (WAS) OG: Evan Mathis (PHI) / Mackenzy Bernadeau (DAL) C: Will Montgomery (WAS) DE: Jason Pierre-Paul (NYG) / Fletcher Cox (PHI) DT: Jason Hatcher (DAL) / Linval Joseph (NYG) OLB: Demarcus Ware (DAL) / Brian Orakpo (WAS) MLB: Ray Lewis (NYG) / Mychal Kendricks (PHI) CB: Brandon Carr (DAL) / Tim Jennings (WAS) S: Patrick Chung (PHI) / Bacarri Rambo (WAS) K: Josh Brown (NYG) P: Pat McAfee (WAS) DALLAS COWBOYS: America's team finished 9-7 last season, and GM Jerry Jones and owner/coach sawemoff have high expectations on this years Cowboys team. Returning a bunch of seasoned vets at skilled positions Dallas is very deep. Romo/Murray/Bryant pose a huge problem for all defenses, Dallas has been seen practicing running a more heavy set offense. This will fit the strong suit of the beastly LT Tryon Smith (99) and the rest of that young athletic O-Line. On defense the 4-3 was quickly abandoned and the Boys returned to the accustomed 3-4. Ware will no rush the passer again with out his hand in the dirt. This also puts more playmakers on the field at the Mike backer position where Dallas has two studs in Bruce Carter the speedster and Sean Lee the tactician. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES: Philadelphia also finished 9-7 last year with early struggles in the passing game behind the trio of quarterbacks. LeSean McCoy voted NFC Player of the Year was the one bright spot for the Eagles all year. Look for McCoy to play a huge roll in both rushing and catching the ball out of the backfield. H-Back James Casey proved to be a match up problem all year making great plays on a very consistent bases. This year there is no Michael Vick or Nick Foles battle. Insert Terrelle Pryor the 3rd year dual threat QB from Ohio State. Pryor will need help from the whole offensive unit to have success in the NFC East. NEW YORK GIANTS: Big Blue... The leader of the pact... Targets have been painted in bright red for the NFC front runner. I Peench is one of the most decorated owners/coaches in TMFL history. X's & O's come natural to this chess master. Big Blue also comes in very balanced on both sides of the ball. Eli is as rock steady as they come. In TMFL 25 David Wilson can hold on to the ball and has unreal speed, and of course Victor Cruz & Hakeem Nicks pose a problem for anyone's secondary. The addition of Ray Lewis may put the NYG's over the top. His on the field awareness and play making ability will enhance everyone around him instantly. JPP had a great year last year rushing the passer, we look for even a bigger year this year. Pressure will be on the secondary as these guys are getting old. Webster/Ross/Routt are old vets, savvy but old. As the season wears on hopefully this unit as a whole can stay together, if they do... They have to be talked about as Superbowl Favs coming from the NFC. WASHINGTON REDSKINS: The Redskins solved the name change issue with the Oneida Indians and are looking forward to getting back to business after finishing 7-9 overall but last in the division. RG3 is back of course and is better than ever. This kid is a true game changer with his great accuracy and running back like speed. Alfred Morris is a great compliment to RG3 and has the ability to punish defenders with his physical style. The Skins parted ways with some Redskin vets to likes of Santana Moss, London Fletcher and DeAngelo Hall ... Question marks will loom to see how rookie WR Jarrad Decarvalho can fill the void in the slot as former slot man now moves to the Y position. Can Nick Barnett and Perry Riley step up and pick up where the legend Fletcher left off? And most importantly can Josh Wilson & Eric Wright lock up with Dez, D Jax and Cruz. Only time will tell, but as seen from last season RG3 can't do it on his lonely.