The New York Giants started the season 0-6, and they're still in the race. Such is life in the NFC East, one of the league's most historic divisions -- and perhaps its weakest. The Philadelphia Eagles won in Green Bay on Sunday, moving them to 5-5 and into a tie with the Dallas Cowboys (who were hammered by the New Orleans Saints on Sunday evening). The Giants, meanwhile, are two games back and tied with the Washington Redskins. Which team takes the title?


Finish on top?

Will one of the .500 teams reach the postseason? Or will the others race to the finish?

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Winner winner?

The Cowboys play two teams with winning records on the way in, while Philly faces three.

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Feeling the hurt

Sean Lee had 90 tackles and four interceptions before Sunday's game, which he left early on with a hamstring injury.

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The answer?

Nick Foles followed last week's seven-touchdown performance with three more TD tosses.

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