NFC East Football Preview

OVERVIEW: NFC East The Eagles, once again seems to be the best team in the NFC in 2005, however, I do not seek to win 13 games this season due to the fact that each of the other teams in the NFC East should improve this year. A look at the Eagles schedule for 2005 a highlights the fact that Philly will face third easiest schedule in the league considering the Eagles 2005 opponents combined for a 118-146 up record last season. Hopefully, the Eagles recorded a 54-20 record straight in the last four seasons that eventually would have a bad draft due to having to choose between the project remains, however, has not been a If the Eagles once again had a very good project that is a testament to how good HC Andy Reid is about being able to wheel and deal in the project and its ability to attract talent.

The Eagles were not very active in the free agent market, but were able to attach a backup quality in QB Mike McMahon of Detroit who became expendable when the Lions took QB Jeff Garcia. There should be no surprise that the Lions picked up Garcia when considering that Garcia was Detroit HC Steve Mariucci QB when both were in San Francisco. Cowboy HC Bill Parcells used free agency to put RB Anthony Thomas to backup to Julius Jones and also won QB Drew Bledsoe to run his offense in 2005, however, the main focus of Parcells during the offseason was to fix what ailed in its defense that allowed 406 points in 2004..