A glimpse of improvement would be amazing. Afterall, the Bears gave up 10 sacks in their last regular season meeting 2010 and lost to NYG 17-3 in a bore fest.
Last preseason, wow, did the Bears even show up? The Giants defeated the Bears 41-13.
By all means, show the Giants a glimpse so they don't hibernate like the Bears do come playoff time.
It's between the AFc north and NFC north. NFC east? Didn't have a double digit win team in the division. They aren't in the discussion. As fort pointed out, they are overrated every year.
There's talent all over the NFC East and they're all contenders.
Other divisions have that one weak team. With the Skins getting RGII and a group of WRs (their D was already good), they are a legit team.
What other division has 4 contenders? NFC North has the Vikes who with Ponder and an injured AP are going to be a question mark.
NFC South is the only other consideration IF CAR gets their D together and IF Freeman rebounds for TB.
I'd say the NFC north. 3 legit playoff teams and a Vikings team that will surprise some people this year.
Cole Wick demands you put respeck on his name
The NFC north had two playoff teams, as did the AFc north. Chicago probably would've been one if Cutler didn't go down.
The Lions were injured, as were the Giants (who got kinda healthy) and Pittsburgh. It's tough
For a division that "sucked balls" the Giants won the Superbowl and nobody wanted to play Philly at the end of the season. Hate to break it to you, but besides one season, the entire West (NFC and AFC) has stunk. Congrats, now you have one team yet nobody fears the home of any West team.
Whine to the Sporting News, obviously they know you're wrong too and could care less about your weak opinion. It's been the NFC East every year and all but Greenbay wouldn't finish in the basement in that division if they took Washington's place. Doubt the Giants, Eagles or Cowboys would finish last in the North any of them took the Vikings place.
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