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    NFC East Week 1 Thoughts and Standouts

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    By Joey Esquire You lazy, shiftless bastards can’t scribble out a few paragraphs and e-mail it to Squatch. Shameful. You can’t even make a list of names and call it an all-bEast team. It doesn’t even really require any real thought. Freeloaders. Given my position on this blog as the provider of sagacious wisdom and…

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    NFC East Links – Week 1 2018

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    Redskins Adrian Peterson immediately makes presence felt with Redskins Alabama NFL roundup: Washington Redskins win behind ‘Alabama Wall’ Protesters call for NFL mascot name change: “R*dskin is a dictionary-defined racial slur” Will D.C be the next city suckered into paying for an NFL Stadium? Eagles: Eagles can count on defense until offense finds rhythm 9…

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    NFC East Secondary Ranking

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    By Joey Esquire Originally I anticipated this series would be six articles: QBs, run offense, pass catchers, pass rush, run defense and secondary. In researching my run defense article, I came to the realization that there is no meaningful statistic – none at all, anywhere –which supports the idea that run defense correlates to wins.…

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    NFC East Pass Rush Ranking

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    This one should be easy to write. Just tally up total sacks and rank accordingly, right? No, because that would be stupid. 1. Philadelphia Eagles 2. Washington Redskins 3. Dallas Cowboys 4. New York Giants 4. New York Giants DL Depth Chart: Dalvin Tomlinson, Snacks Harrison, BJ Hill, Kerry Wynn, Robert Thomas, AJ Francis, Avery…

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    NFC East Run Game Ranking

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    By Joey Impatient Esquire The correlation of rushing yards to wins in the NFL has generally declined over the past 40 years or so. Recent analyses tend to show, regardless of game situation, that passing has a higher rate of success than running. But because NFL coaches still inexplicably called runs on 42.4% of plays…

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