1. Giants (10-6)
Awe yeah baby, it's the Gmen's motherfucking year again, and the division is ours for the taking. The competition is weaker than ever with Romo out for the first six weeks, the Redskins being the Redskins, and the Eagles just flat out stink. Offensively we are one of the best teams on paper in the league, too bad that don't mean shit, regardless of what the preseason showed the Giants offense should flow smoothly for 30 PPG this year. The defense better be much improved after we just spent half of the money in our salary cap on a few players to be our saviors. If our defense was functioning whatsoever last year, we would've won 10 games easily, probably more. The could've's don't mean shit though, time for the Giants to live up to the record we know they're capable of.
2. Cowboys (8-8)
I'll be shocked if the Cowboys win more than one game without Tony Romo to start the season. That's exactly why I have them doing so poorly this year, well that and the fact that their defense doesn't exist. They have a below average secondary, old linebackers, and absolutely no pass rush until a few of their players come back from suspensions. Ezekiel Elliot should shine behind the best offensive line in the league, but when there's no threat of a passing attack defenses are going to key in on taking the run away. I'm truly sorry for you if you think Dak Prescott is going to save your season, passing against second string players that are in vanilla schemes isn't all that hard. Wait until he goes up against a real game defense that actually has disguises in blitz packages and over the top help, going to be a real wake up call for all you biased Dallas fans.
3. Redskins (8-8)
You like that!, right back to third place where you belong Washington. I'm never worried about the Redskins, especially after coming of a division championship because they always follow this trend. They have one decent year and then they regress because they realize the quarterback was a one year wonder and not the real deal. Very average at all levels of the game so they'll have a very average season.
4. Eagles (2-14)
Absolute dumpster fire, that's the only phrase I could think of when describing the Eagles upcoming season. Horrible idea of them to just throw Carson Wentz into the starting role when he's never even faced a good college defense let alone one of NFL caliber. Just can't see the Eagles winning more than two games this year, maybe one in the opener against the Browns, and they'll definitely take one from the Giants since we always seem to lay an egg against Philly. The Wentz era will come to an end very shortly so maybe the Eagles will also be in the Deshaun Watson sweepstakes.