The NFC East has some really big-named head-coaching talent in the division after the Cowboys, Giants, and Redskins all made changes.
The Philadelphia Eagles are the reigning Beast of the NFC East and a major reason for that has been the calm steady influence of head coach Doug Pederson.
The coronavirus pandemic has reduced an exciting 2020 NFL offseason to virtual OTAs and zoom meetings turned instructional coaching opportunities. Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham recently harped on the continuity of the Eagles and that being an advantage heading into a difficult regular season.
While the other three teams construct an initial 90 man roster and insert new schemes via zoom-meeting, the Philadelphia Eagles will have the advantage of simply reinstalling or enhancing schemes already ingrained in the majority of the roster.
On paper and in the media, the Cowboys are going to hog all the hype and early season media buzz, but in the end, Pederson will have the Eagles competing for another division total or at worst, one of 7 playoff spots.