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PostPosted: Sat Nov 27, 2010 2:00 am    Post subject: 2011 NFC East Thread I Reply with quote




This is where any and all NFCE Related topics or discussions should and need to be held. Please use this thread for all topics related to the NFCE and it's Teams. Thanks.

2010 NFCE Previous Thread
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=396307



Updated NFC EAST 2010 Standings through week 17:

1st place: Philadelphia Eagles 10-6 (NFCE CHAMPS)
2nd place: New York Giants 10-6
3rd place: Dallas Cowboys 6-10
4th place: Washington Redskins 6-10




Thanks to B60 for all the work he provided for the 1st NFCE Thread (Pre-Season) the majority of which is transfered below. Applause


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NFC EAST Notable New Faces: Arrow

Mike Shanahan/HC/WAS:Arrow

Big name head coach with rings, has been high on every ones hiring list. Great track records. Washington landed them self's a big fish.

Donovan McNabb/QB/WAS:Arrow

The Big gun from Philly comes south DC. McNabb is the QB the Skins franchises has been dying for. Comes in fresh, smiling, excited and for once in his career he goes into a season as the clear starter with out a hundred trade rumors surrounding him.

Antrel Rolle/S/NYG:Arrow

Premier safety in the league jumps shift from the NFC West to the NCF East, giving a once hurting secondary a legit presence taking away the big play. He can really shine in that defense specially if that once great pass rush can find some new life

Ernie Sims/LB/PHI:Arrow

Once one of the top prospects to come out, the very fast and agile Ernie Sims landed in Detroit which is just a black hole of mess. Hasnt lived to his potential, but come on its Detroit. He fits the defenses WILL position perfectly. Will be headache for offenses.

Darryl Tapp/DE/PHI:Arrow

The former Virginia Tech star leaves the Pacific Northwest where he was misused to come to the NFC EAST to play big boy aggressive football. Young excited and hungry with all the tools.
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B60 wrote:

NFC EAST 2010 Free Agent Transactions: Arrow

Dallas CowboysArrow

Team Cuts:
* OL - Flozell Adams.
* Safety - Ken Hamlin.
*Bobby Carpenter( traded to the rams for Alex Barron)
Team Re-Signings:

Team Franchise Tag:

Team Free-Agency Signings:

*Alex Barron (traded from the rams for Bobby Carpenter)

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New York GiantsArrow

Team Cuts:
* Safety - Aaron Rouse.
* CB - Londen Fryar.
* LB - Antonio Pierce.
* Punter - Jeff Feagles(retired)

Team Re-Signings:
* RB - Danny Ware.
* TE - Scott Chandler.

Team Franchise Tag:

Team Free-Agency Signings:
* Safety - Antrel Rolle.
* QB - Jim Sorg.
* Safety - Deon Grant.

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Philadelphia Eagles
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Team Cuts:
* LB - Will Witherspoon.
* RB - Brian Westbrook.
* WR - Reggie Brown [traded to Bucs for 6th round draft pick].
* DE - Chris Clemons [traded to Seahawks for DE Darryl Tapp].
* OL - Shawn Andrews.
* DE - Darren Howard.
* WR - Kevin Curtis.
* LB - Chris Gocong. [traded to Browns]
* CB - Sheldon Brown. [traded to Browns]
* QB - Donovan McNabb. [traded to Redskins]

Team Re-Signings:
* FB - Leonard Weaver.
* WR - Jason Avant.

Team Franchise Tag:

Team Free-Agency Signings:
* WR - Chad Hall.
* DB - Marlin Jackson.
* WR - Hank Baskett.
* DE - Darryl Tapp [traded from Seahawks for DE Chris Clemons].
* RB - Mike Bell.
*LB -Ernie Sims (traded from the Lions in a three way deal with the Broncos)
* LB - Alex Hall [traded from Browns]
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Washington Redskins
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Team Cuts
* QB * Todd Collins.
* RB - Ladell Betts.
* RB - Rock Cartwright.
* WR - Antwaan Randle El.
* OL - Randy Thomas.
* DT - Cornelius Griffin.
* CB - Fred Smoot.
* RB - Marcus Mason.
* FB - Eddie Williams.
* DE - J.D. Skolnitsky.

Team Re-Signings:
* DE/OLB - Lorenzo Alexander.
* DE - Phillip Daniels.
* OT - Mike Williams.
* OL - Casey Rabach.

Team Franchise Tag:

Team Free-Agency Signings:
* OL - Artis Hicks.
* DT - Maake Kemoeatu.
* TE - Sean Ryan.
* RB - Larry Johnson.
* QB - Rex Grossman.
* CB - Phillip Buchanon.
* RB - Willie Parker.
* QB - Donovan McNabb. [traded from Eagles]

Info via FF.coms Bill Spikes, Will continue updating as off season continues: Arrow

http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=381250

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Bednarik60 wrote:
NFC East 2010 Draft Class

In a division thats so dog eat dog, every draft pick is so crucial. We have now seen free agent nuts rivals like Dallas and Washington begin scoring top talent in the draft. Which is great for the division, a lot of young talent scattered between the four teams and it seems each team year in and year out lands a unknown gem some where on there roster. Always a very intriguing division to follow in the draft. To say who has gotten the upper hand in the draft over the last couple years is really any ones guess. Another note its interesting to see the relationship between Dallas and Philly as they seem more then comfortable trading with each other on draft day. Also note how much each team mirrors closely the other teams draft picks , always looking for a answer to one another.
NFC EAST Rookies To KnowArrow

Trent Williams/OT/(WAS): Arrow

The very athletically gifted and versatile Williams will come in for the Redskins and be the corner stone of that line and franchise for the next decade. He fits the mold of a Michael Edward Shanahan offensive lineman. perfect lineman for a zone blocking system.

Perry Paul/LB/(WAS):Arrow

Very rugged stout build linebacker, strong at the point of the attacks , fits the kinda guy a London Fletcher would love to groom. Legit pick, may be a steal in there system.

Jason Pierre-Paul/DE/(NYG):Arrow

This guy is a mound of fast twitch muscle fiber. Came on like a hell storm out of nowhere this past season, jumped up every ones big board. Jason Pierre-Paul is raw and has his question marks but with little to no ceiling and freakish genetics he could be force in time.

Chad Jones/S/(NYG):Arrow

Hes what the division is seeming to demand, the Cowboys and the Redskins load up with big fast receivers.. The Giants go and get one big fast safety with a lot of potential. Raw but another freak who can cover a lot of ground and bring the bang at the LOS


Dez Bryant/WR/(DAL):Arrow

Dallas gets a top 5 talent in the 20's. This kid plays to kill, shines in big moments, attacks the ball. More then likely to produce points game 1 and so on.

Sean Lee/LB/(DAL):Arrow

Talk about a high football IQ with a great natural instinct for the game. Sean Lee was born a linebacker, hes not Patrick Willis but hes kid with his fair share of tallent who will play every down with his best effort for you every game, every week, every year.

Nate Allen/S/(PHI):Arrow

Prototype safety build, good height but not to cut, solid and even muscular build. Allen is a smart safety who relies on solid technique and precision reads, big eyes , with agile hips, strong burst, strong active hands to disrupt any throws.

Brandon Graham(PHI): Arrow

Fierce and intense are two common words most scouts use when describing Graham. High motor player with the speed, strength and technique to make a impact day 1.
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Dallas Cowboys

Round 1, pick #24: Dez Bryant/WR/OSU/6'2/225

Round 2, pick #55: Sean Lee/LB/PSU/6'2/236

Round 4, pick #126: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah/CB/Indiana(PA)/6/207

Round 6, pick #179: Sam Young/OT/Notre Dame/6'8/318

Round 6, pick #196: Jamar Wall/CB/Texas Tech/ 5'10/205/

Round 7, pick #237:Sean Lissemore/DT/ William&Mary/6'4/298
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New York Giants

Round 1, pick #15: Jason Pierre-Paul/DE/USF/6'5/270

Round 2, pick #46: Linval Joseph/DT/ECU/6'4/328

Round 3, pick #76: Chad Jones/S/LSU/6'2/221/

Round 4, pick#115: Phillip Dillard/LB/Nebraska/6'/245

Round 5, pick #147: Mitch Petrus/G/Arkansas/6'3/310

Round 6, pick #184: Adrain Trace/DE/William&Mary/6'3/248

Round 7, pick #221: Matt Dodge/P/ECU/6'1/224


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Philadelphia Eagles

Round 1, pick #13: Brandon Graham/DE/Michigan/6'1/268

Round 2, pick #37: Nate Allen/S/USF/6'0/207

Round 3, pick #86: Daniel Te'o-Nesheim/S/Washington/6'3/263/

Round 4, pick #105: Trevard Lindley/CB/Kentucky/5'11/183

Round 4, pick #121: Keenan Clayton/LB/Oklahoma/6'1/229

Round 4, pick #122: Mike Kafka/QB/Northwestern/6'3/225

Round 4, pick #125: Clay Harbor/TE/Missouri St/6'3/252

Round 5, pick #133: Ricky Sapp/DE/Clemson/6'4/252

Round 5, pick #159: Riley Cooper/WR/Florida/6'3/222

Round 6, pick #200: Charles Scott/RB/LSU/5'11/238

Round 7, pick #220: Jamar Chaney/LB/Mississippi/6'1/242

Round 7, pick #243: Jeff Owens/DT/Georgia/6'1/305

Round 7, pick #244: Kurt Coleman/S/OSU/5'11/194
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Washington Redskins

Round 1, pick #4: Trent Williams/OT/Oklahoma/6'5/315

Round 4, pick #103: Perry Riley/LB/LSU/6'1/239

Round 6, pick #174: Dennis Morris/TE/Louisiana Tech/6'2/265

Round 7, pick #219: Terrance Austin/WR/UCLA/5'11/172

Round 7, pick #229: Erik Cook/C/New Mexico/6'6/318

Round 7, pick #231: Selvish Capers/OT/WVU/6'4/308

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More to come...j



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Wait why not the other one? Confused

Lol anyways, how bout dem Cowboys? Very Happy

So glad they lost to New Orleans. The Giants should trash Jacksonville so we really need to do our business against Chicago.
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NoHypeNeeded wrote:
Wait why not the other one? Confused

Lol anyways, how bout dem Cowboys? Very Happy

So glad they lost to New Orleans. The Giants should trash Jacksonville so we really need to do our business against Chicago.


Jacksonville isn't a bad team. They are 6-4 and lead the AFC South.
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Ya know, I was kinda hoping Dallas won that game. They're not going to the playoffs anyway and we may be battling with New Orleans for homefield advantage.
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Art_Vandalay wrote:
Ya know, I was kinda hoping Dallas won that game. They're not going to the playoffs anyway and we may be battling with New Orleans for homefield advantage.


It was a win/win situation. watching the cowgirls lose is never a bad thing.
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Art_Vandalay wrote:
Ya know, I was kinda hoping Dallas won that game. They're not going to the playoffs anyway and we may be battling with New Orleans for homefield advantage.


It was a win/win situation. watching the cowgirls lose is never a bad thing.

Oh, I didn't go to sleep upset or anything. Laughing
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Art_Vandalay wrote:
ninjapirate wrote:
Art_Vandalay wrote:
Ya know, I was kinda hoping Dallas won that game. They're not going to the playoffs anyway and we may be battling with New Orleans for homefield advantage.


It was a win/win situation. watching the cowgirls lose is never a bad thing.

Oh, I didn't go to sleep upset or anything. Laughing


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ninjapirate wrote:
Art_Vandalay wrote:
Ya know, I was kinda hoping Dallas won that game. They're not going to the playoffs anyway and we may be battling with New Orleans for homefield advantage.


It was a win/win situation. watching the cowgirls lose is never a bad thing.


Besides, with the Cowboys out of contention we should take care of our business and don't worry about N.O. until the playoffs. It's not like they were going to miss the playoffs anyway. I think the Cowboys losing is more beneficial to us.
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I just read on the Giants forum that Brandon Jacobs is the starter again Dancing
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I just read on the Giants forum that Brandon Jacobs is the starter again Dancing


Actually even while getting few yards, this combo is scarier, Jacobs softens up the defense for Bradshaw.
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I just read on the Giants forum that Brandon Jacobs is the starter again Dancing


Actually even while getting few yards, this combo is scarier, Jacobs softens up the defense for Bradshaw.


Assuming of course that Brandon Jacobs runs like 07 Jacobs.
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Broadway Joe wrote:
SiLo wrote:
Broadway Joe wrote:
I just read on the Giants forum that Brandon Jacobs is the starter again Dancing


Actually even while getting few yards, this combo is scarier, Jacobs softens up the defense for Bradshaw.


Assuming of course that Brandon Jacobs runs like 07 Jacobs.


yeah cause of right now he looks as intimidating as Lorenzo Booker running between the tackles.
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I say we can easily take this division. I think we will beat the Bears comfortably, the Giants may have some trouble with the Jags, because they seem to be coming together. Cowboys are out. I think the Redskins loose the the Vikings tomorrow. And I think we can win the rest of our games, or all but one of the Cowboys games, or the next Giants game.

I like what I'm seeing from our D. And last week could've easily been a blowout of we made some key catches. Vick proved he could still win the game with constant pressure on him and no running game. I really think we are a serious contender this year.
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Jacobs doesnt scare anyone anymore lmao and our D def has him.
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