The NFC East teams took some strides by picking up new players for their woeful secondaries, but it's still a pretty obvious weakness all around this division.
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It’s an all-secondary edition of Four Downs! Can Dallas or Washington find anyone who can cover a tight end? Can the Giants find a cornerback who can cover like Corey Webster used to? Can the Eagles find anyone who can cover anyone?
Can the Jets' improve their passing game in 2012? It really depends on Mark Sanchez, not Tim Tebow.
Truly the best team that could ever be picked to just win the game.
We kick off our latest Four Downs installments with a look at the biggest post-draft holes in the AFC East. First and foremost, why is Wayne Hunter still starting in New York?
Four Downs returns with a look at the holes for each team heading into the offseason, starting with the AFC East. How will the Patriots shuffle their secondary?
Can the Jets really rely on Plaxico? What is the plan for New England to fix it's pass rush? Will Buffalo ever find a right tackle worth starting? Can Chad Henne re-establish himself as a solid quarterback?
Continuing our series on NFL disappointments, today we look at players who burned their fantasy owners: Lots of guys struck by the Curse of 370, a couple disappointing quarterbacks, and the long-lost forgotten horrible 2001 season of Derrick Alexander.
When there's no NFL news to talk about, what are a bunch of football writers to do? Write up some lists, of course. We aren't immune. Here's the beginning of a series for ESPN on "Top 10 Most Disappointing," starting with the 10 most disappointing teams of the last 25 years.
In the second installment of Four Downs, Sean McCormick looks at a division in serious need of some outside linebackers and a couple of new quarterbacks.