No. 2: NFC Is Still Wide Open For The Giants
The Philadelphia Eagles are the top dawgs in the NFC and will remain in that position until someone knocks them off. That being said, the rest of the NFC feels ripe for the picking. Unfortunately, the Giants must deal with a division that consists of the Eagles (and Cowboys).
The good news? New York just proved it can earn a postseason spot in the stacked NFC East. The Giants are an even better roster now than in 2022, mostly due to an impressive NFL Draft class and some savvy signings in free agency.
Assuming another leap in development from a roster jam-packed with young talent, Big Blue Nation should see even more wins this coming season. The depth chart features ascending talent at some of the most premium positions in the NFL, including pass rusher, cornerback, and the offensive line.
The Eagles won’t make life easy on the Giants in the NFC East, but even if Philly sweeps them, the only matchup that matters is a potential showdown in the playoffs. This time, Jones, Daboll, and Co. could be the ones advancing to February.