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By James A. Lyons Jr.
The president has shifted alliance from friend to enemy
Topic - Nfc East
Phil Simms predicts how he thinks the 2014 season will shake down in the NFC East.
All-NFC East: The division has a mix of youth and experience at the most important position on the field. Who's the best?
Which kicker and punter made our All-NFC East team?
Two of the division's top corners -- Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Walter Thurmond III -- are newcomers. Are they All-NFC East worthy?
Although it's an admittedly ordinary group in the NFC East, you still need a pair of safeties to field an all-division team. So who you got?
All-NFC East: The Redskins have a star running back of their own, but there's only one choice for the best back in the division and he plays in Philly.
All-NFC East: There are so many quality receivers in the division we had to go with a 3-receiver set. Who did we choose?
Which outside linebackers are the best in the NFC East? Vote for your favorite here:
We continue our look at the best players in the division by looking at the interior linemen in the NFC East.
Who are the best defensive linemen in the NFC East? Did Jason Hatcher and Barry Cofield make the cut? Vote fore the best D-lineman in the NFC East here:
All-NFC East team: Some of the top offensive tackles in the NFL reside in the NFC East making picking the best a tough task.
Had the Cowboys' Sean Lee stayed healthy, he would have been an easy choice as the best inside linebacker in the NFC East. But he didn't. So it wasn't. Vote on who's the best ILB in the NFC East:
Jordan Reed has a ton of potential but Jason Witten has impressive career stats. Who's your pick for All-NFC East tight end?
Redskins fans often feel that their team is not appropriately respected among the national media, but don't tell that to Stephen A. Smith or Skip Bayless.
The Redskins have the lowest odds of winning the NFC East, at least according to one Las Vegas casino. Are the Skins being overlooked?