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    In a weekly post, we'll talk about where teams in the NFC East sit after each weekend of play.

    1. Dallas Cowboys (7-3) — The Cowboys are coming off an easy win and a bye that has allowed them to get some valuable, much-needed rest for guys like Tony Romo and DeMarco Murray, as well as to get some guys like Rolando McLain and Tyron Crawford healthy.

    2. Philadelphia Eagles (7-3) — While the Cowboys were home on their couches, the Eagles were getting wiped off the field at Lambeau by Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. Now, Green Bay might be the hottest team in football this side of New England, but it was also a poor showing for the Eagles as Mark Sanchez was exposed for what he is.

    3. New York Giants (3-7) — The Giants lost by six points to the 49ers on a day when Eli Manning threw five interceptions. That's awful for Manning, but it actually speaks pretty favorably to the rest of the Giants for being able to keep the game that close despite the turnovers.

    4. Washington Redskins (3-7) — The Redskins were flat out embarrassed on Sunday by Tampa Bay, and Robert Griffin III embarrassed himself with his postgame comments. It's becoming more and more clear that RG3's days in Washington are numbered, and for a Cowboys fan, that's just funny to watch from afar.