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NFC East goes 3-0 in Week 7

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Is there any doubt that the NFC East is the NFL’s best division in seven weeks this season?

The Commanders outclassed the Packers, the Giants won at Jacksonville, and the Cowboys easily defeated the Lions. Only the Eagles didn’t win, but that’s because they were scheduled for the last week.

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    Eagles 6-0

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    Giants 6-1

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    Cowboys 5-2

  • Commanders 3-4

Giants win 4th in a row, beat Jaguars 23-17

Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Travon Walker, 44, tries to take down New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones, 8. [Bob Self/Florida Times-Union]

Brian Daball turned the unfortunate Giants into a true playoff team in an instant.

For example, the Giants have already won three away matches this season. They have not done so since the 2009 season.

Their 6-1 record is their best in seven games since the 2008 season.

Daniel Jones has already had five winning races this season leading the NFL.

Daball continues to use Jones’ mobility. Jones rushed for 107 yards, the most by a Giants quarterback since 1934.

Cowboys defense shines in 24-6 win over Lions

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Duck Prescott (4). Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

The Cowboys’ defense forced the Detroit Lions to commit four turnovers and completely kept the Lions out of the end zone.

The Cowboys’ defense has been so strong this season that it has kept opponents below 20 points in six games and below 10 points in three games.

Tony Pollard was very effective as he averaged 6.9 yards per 89 yards, while quarterback Duck Prescott returned after missing five games, completing 19 of his 25 pass attempts for 207 yards and a 113.2 passer rating. .

Commanders unite, hold on to beat the Packers 23-21

Terry McLaurin No. 17 of the Washington Commanders. (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images)

Losing 14–3, Washington scored 20 straight points to take a 23–14 lead and held on to win 23–21 for the second time in a row.

Terry McLaurin threw five receptions for 73 yards, including a 37-yard touchdown that gave Washington their first lead of the day (17-14). His two receptions during Washington’s last possession provided two extra first downs.

The Commanders saved the ball from Aaron Rodgers on Sunday, with possession statistics from 37:07 to 22:53. The commanders had touchdowns for 83 and 74 yards and field goals for 72 and 61 yards.

After a disastrous start that included a sixth pick interception, Taylor Heinicke recovered well, finishing 20 of 33 for 201 yards and two touchdowns.

Antonio Gibson had his best game of the season on Sunday. Gibson dribbled 10 times for 59 yards, collected three passes for 18 yards and a touchdown, and three return kickoffs for 78 yards.

Eagles Week 7 Goodbye

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeVonta Smith (6) scores a touchdown on Washington Commanders cornerback Kendall Fuller (29). (Shaban Athuman/Richmond Times – sent via AP)

The Eagles remain the only undefeated team in the NFL for seven weeks at 6-0.

The Eagles are #1 in the NFL in +12 turnover in just six games. As such, they average +2 in each of their games, which is a nod to their defense and offense led by Jalen Herts.

Hurts was instrumental in getting the Eagles eighth after 3 downs. The Eagles are converting 43.7% of their third downs.

The Eagles’ defense is fourth in scoring (17.5) and total defensive yards (297.8). They are the first in terms of takeaway (14).

The story originally appeared on the Commanders Wire channel.


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