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Five Great Players To Watch In The NFC East

Steve Shoup

A lot of NFL divisions boast of having a lot of history, but the NFC East embodies history. The Dallas Cowboys are the young baby of the bunch, and they’re 54 years old! Its four teams have combined for countless Super Bowls and championships, and each has a storied rivalry with the other. These fans and these players plum don’t like each other, and that makes for exciting football. And the easiest way to save on the best NFC East tickets available is through Scorebig.com!

What can Philadelphia Eagles ticket holders say about LeSean McCoy that hasn’t already been said? He’s just 26 but he’s long been one of the best backs in football. He’s a vital part of head coach Chip Kelly’s spread offense that has the Eagles averaging around 30 points per game in this 2014 season.

The New York Giants offense has sputtered in fits and starts this season, but they boast some of the most exciting defensive players in the NFC. Topping that list is the young defensive back Prince Amukamara, who hardly breaks a sweat while blanketing opposing receivers on a week-in-week-out basis.

If you haven’t purchased Dallas Cowboys tickets in a while, you might not realize just how exciting this 2014 squad can be. Remember the good old days of the ‘90s, when the ‘Boys truly were America’s team, and boasted thrilling talents (and personalities) like Michael Irvin, Emmett Smith, and Deion? Well, running back DeMarco Murray and wide receiver Dez Bryant are throwbacks to that era. The former is a quiet workhorse who leads the NFL in rushing yards, and the latter is a brash and iconoclastic wide-out who can make a dizzying array of catches look effortless.

After DeSean Jackson torched Washington defenders for six years as a member of the division rivals Philadelphia Eagles, the Redskins finally decided if you can’t beat him, let him join you; they inked him a three-year deal with the Redskins this offseason. So far he’s certainly delivered, having been on pace for what would be the fourth 1,000 yard season of his career. And the only way to see Jackson running routes in person is by saving big on Washington Redskins tickets at ScoreBig!



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