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NFC East Report - Week 11

NFC East – Week 11 news and information on Washington Redskins, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, and Philadelphia Eagles.


NFC East Standings – Week 11

1.  Philadelphia Eagles (6-5)  – Beat the Redskins at home road 24-16.

2.  Dallas Cowboys (5-5) – bye week.

3.  New York Giants (4-6) Beat the Green Bay Packers at home 27-13.

4.  Washington Redskins (3-7) – Lost to the Eagles on the road 24-16.


Upcoming NFC East Matchups – week 12

  • Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants, 4:25 pm, FOX
  • San Francisco 49ers at Washington Redskins, 8:30 pm. ESPN (Monday Night) (Redskins tickets are still available)
  • Philadelphia Eagles – bye week


Top NFC East Performers

  • Most Passing Yards – Nick Foles, Eagles – 298 yards vs. Redskins
  • Most Rushing Yards – Alfred Morris, Redskins – 93 yards vs. Eagles
  • Most Receiving Yards – Victor Cruz, Giants – 110 yards vs. Packers
  • Most Tackles – Brandon Meriweather, Redskins – 7 tackles vs. Eagles
  • Most Sacks – Trent Cole, Eagles – 2 sacks vs. Redskins


Top NFC East Stories


Notable Injuries

  • Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed sustained a concussion against the Eagles.
  • Washington Redskins wide receiver Leonard Hankerson sustained an LCL injury against the Eagles.
  • Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee sustained a hamstring injury in week 10 against the Saints.  Still Out



Trending Up

  • The New York Giants have won Four straight games.
  • The Philadelphia Eagles have won Three straight games.
  • Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles still has not thrown an interception this season.
  • Redskins running back Alfred Morris has 350 yards rushing in his last three games.

Trending Down

  • The Dallas Cowboys have lost two of their last three games.
  • The Washington Redskins have lost three of their last four games.
  • Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III completed only 48% of this passes against the Eagles in week 10.

Next Redskins Game Full schedule »
Monday, Oct 2727 Oct7:30at Dallas CowboysBuy Tickets

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