On the whole, the NFC East had arguably its best week of the season in Week 11, going 2-1 with each win coming against a non-NFC East opponent. As a result, all four teams are tied in the win column with three victories, setting up a sprint down the stretch to the division title. Let's see where things stand.
Philadelphia Eagles (3-6-1)
The Eagles had another clunker Sunday and were responsible for the division's only loss in Week 11. There's no sugarcoating it, they've looked like a bad, bad football team. And yet, courtesy of the tie against the Bengals earlier this season, the Eagles remain in first place. I'll let you decide for yourself what that information is worth.
Next: Seahawks (Monday)
New York Giants (3-7)
The Giants had the week off and retained their hold on second place in the process, breaking a tie with both the Cowboys and the Washington Football team by way of their 3-2 division record.
Next: at Bengals
Washington Football Team (3-7)
Washington took out Joe Burrow and beat the Bengals to stay in the mix in the NFC East. The Football Team has a 2-2 division record. It wasn't the prettiest win but Washington piled up 164 yards on the ground and forced two turnovers. In the slop that is the NFC East, it doesn't matter how it looks, and Washington will certainly take it.
Next: at Cowboys (Thursday)
Dallas Cowboys (3-7)
The Cowboys took down the Vikings to keep pace in the division. The return of Andy Dalton, who tossed three touchdown passes, was big for Dallas and Zeke Elliott was able to eclipse the 100-yard mark on the ground. Dallas has a 1-2 division record.
Next: Washington (Thursday)