Power Rankings: NFC East

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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 (11-4) -- The Cowboys rolled to an unexpected rout of Andrew Luck and the Colts on Sunday at home in what was really their first near-perfect, completely dominant win of the season. They did it knowing a win would seal up the division for them after the unthinkable happened...

2. Philadelphia Eagles (9-6) -- LOL. The Eagles went to D.C., where the Cowboys are headed this week, and messed the bed in a nationally televised Saturday game with Mark Sanchez throwing a crucial pick late in the game and the Redskins hitting a late field goal to win the thing and end the Eagles' division hopes and basically their postseason hopes, as well.

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3. New York Giants (6-9) -- The Giants are hot as winners of three straight games, and it's basically all because of the awesomeness that is Odell Beckham Jr. out wide. He's turned Eli Manning into a relevant quarterback again, all while making highlight reel catch after highlight reel catch. He's just pretty amazing and is a scary thought for Cowboys fans in years ahead.

4. Washington Redskins (4-11) -- Just like we found out on Saturday, as much turmoil as Robert Griffin III has been through this year, he's always dangerous and can always jump up and bite you. Luckily, the Cowboys don't have to beat the Redskins after they wrapped up the division last week and secured themselves at least one home game.

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