2018 NFL Preview: AFC East

The AFC East has been ruled by one team for more than a decade making it a pretty easy division to predict but that dominance will end at some point, whether that starts now or not is the biggest question.

2017 NFL Preview: AFC East

The AFC East is a picture of dysfunction as almost every team in the division continues to have to get through random issues that seem to always come up but one team stays away from those issues and that team keeps winning.

2016 NFL Preview: AFC East

The AFC East remains a division ruled by one team but everyone else may be starting to come up and challenge them as plenty of teams are trying to catch the Patriots.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 2)

The Philadelphia Eagles were a team that was struggling to recapture success when they decided to reach out to one of the most innovative coaches in football.

2015 NFL Preview: AFC East

Every era has there dominant teams and more often than not those dominant teams become the most hated team in the league.

2014 NFL Preview: NFC East

Much like the AFC East the NFC east is one of the stranger divisions in the NFL but unlike in the AFC the East in the NFC is a much more formidable division. The NFC East is a division that produces a little bit more of a punch than their counterparts in the AFC and there is a different level of competition to win the division. In the AFC East the Patriots are the rulers but in the NFC it is almost a toss-up every year to find out who will win. The last few years have created a real divide in the division with the development of two very distinct types of teams.

Change in the East (2013 NFC East Preview)

The NFC East has been a weaker division in the last few years but changes are coming and superstars are rising to make this a division to watch. With Robert Griffin III entering the division last year everyone was watching. RGIII would electrify the league and lead the Redskins to the division title with his arm and his legs.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 8)

The NFL finished up their International series this week with the Bills in Toronto game taking place in Week 8. The NFL started this international series in 2005 after the NFL Europe league folded and since then the NFL has explored new markets of expansion. Since 2005 the NFL has continued this tradition to play games outside of the U.S.A as a major expansion effort.

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