It is time for my NFC division winner picks. The East and North divisions will be exciting to watch and see who walks away number one, while the South and West will be about as exciting to watch as watching paint dry.
Lets start with the East. Coming in at No. 4 will be the Washington Redskins. There is no stand out QB in Campbell or Collins and now Chase Daniel is on injured reserve with a hamstring tear after a great preseason. Daniel had three touchdown passes with limited action. Colt Brennan was on the final roster cut after throwing three interceptions.
At the No. 3 spot we have the New York Giants. The contract that Eli Manning signed was ridiculous for what he is, a good quarterback, that has moments of greatness. The Giants are short on wide receivers and they lack three great linebackers. Not to mention questionable safeties. The offensive line is stellar, but if one goes down, they have no reserves, and down Eli will go!
The No. 2 slot will belong to the Philadelphia Eagles. Losing defensive coordinator Jim Johnson was a huge loss as well as middle linebacker Stewart Bradley to a knee injury. Their offensive line lacks depth and if Donovan McNabb goes down I have no faith in Michael Vick.
That leaves the No. 1 spot to the Dallas Cowboys. Terrell "Wah Wah Wah" Owens is gone. Jessica Simpson is off somewhere doing something uneventful with a lack of talent and Pacman Jones has hit the road, so finally the Cowboys can get down to business. Tony Romo has a dependable receiver in Roy Williams and running backs in Felix Jones and Marion Barber. They face the same problems as the Giants with their offensive line, but the Cowboys have a lot more depth!
Moving on to the West Division. The St. Louis Rams will take the No. 4 spot. They are in the rebuilding process. Look out for them in about two years.
No. 3 will go to Mike Singletary and his San Francisco 49ers. Shaun Hill won the starting QB job over Alex Smith? Yawn! The offensive line is struggling and the defense is still weak.