This is the big one. The NFC East has three proven quarterbacks that have stats to pad, wins to boast, and names on jerseys to sell. All teams, except the Eagles who are starting Kevin Kolb next season, have quarterbacks who have made quite a name for themselves in the league.
Tony Romo is Dallas’ most promising quarterback since Troy Aikmen. Finally breaking through and leading the Cowboys to their first playoff win since Deion Sanders was still a Cowboy, the Dallas faithful have something to cheer about in him. That is of course he isn’t on the PGA tour circuit. Eli Manning, though goofy looking at times, has the elusive ring that Romo nor Redskins/Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb posses. Though his stats are not phenomenal, he has what it takes to win, and that was evident in the Giant’s 2007 Super Bowl run. Donovan McNabb has established himself as a legend in Philadelphia guiding that city’s team to more consecutive success than any other quarterback before him. Though, he has had the stigma of being a choker when it comes to the big games. He was shut out twice in Dallas last season, his last in Philadelphia.
So, who guides our division if we have to pick one?