According to the website PredictionMachine.com, the Eagles (6-5) are on track to win 8.8 games and capture the once-heralded, currently-dysfunctional division. PM predicts the Cowboys (5-5) will finish second with 7.5 wins and the Giants third with 6.7.
[sny-box]Key: '"Wins" and "Losses" referring to the teams' current record so far and "Proj Wins" and "Proj Losses" noting the projected final regular season record for each team. "Div%", "WC%" and "SB%" signify the team's chances of winning the division, earning a wild card and winning the Super Bowl respectively.'[/sny-box]
Common sense if you ask me. Nick Foles has settled in as Philly's QB. They are 5-1 when Foles is under center. He's completing 63% of his passes and has 16 TDs with 0 INTs.
Dallas is destined for a losing season. Their defense is ranked last and doesn't appear they will turn things around even when MLB Sean Lee does return.
The 0-6 start should have served as the death knell for the Giants. They've gotten their sealegs back, but it will prove to be too late. They will probably miss the playoffs by a game - again.
The Redskins (3-7) have gone from division champions on the rise to a 6-10 mess of a team.