The NFC East has seen a lot of movement during the offseason, including the defending division champion Cowboys' huge contract news and the Giants losing Odell Beckham Jr.
Let's not forget the murkiness surrounding the Redskins' quarterback situation, and whether Carson Wentz will manage to stay healthy throughout the season for the Eagles.
The Cowboys play a more difficult first-place schedule in 2019, while the Eagles look to return to the form that made them Super Bowl champions two seasons ago.
Here's the outlook for the NFC East heading into training camp:
Team on the rise:
Are the Cowboys back? They went 10-6 last season to win the division as wide receiver Amari Cooper burst onto the scene in Dallas after he was acquired from the Raiders. The Cowboys went on to win a playoff game for the first time in four years.
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But after a wild-card win over the Seahawks, they lost in the divisional round to the Rams, keeping the relative heat on coach Jason Garrett.
Defensive end Demarcus Lawrence — who has 34 sacks in five NFL seasons — was signed to a massive five-year, $105 million deal, and the team has promised quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott new contracts. How that plays out could affect the season, on the field and off it.
The team also promoted Kellen Moore to offensive coordinator after a successful season as the team's quarterbacks coach. All the pieces are there for success — the Cowboys simply need to execute.
Team on the decline:
New York Giants
The Giants have been on the decline, and this year isn't going to be any different.
As previously noted, they ended up trading Odell Beckham Jr. to the Browns after their relationship soured and included defensive end Olivier Vernon in that deal. Also, Landon Collins left for the Redskins.
The Giants also pained their fan base when they drafted a quarterback in Daniel Jones with the No. 6 pick in this year's draft but said they still plan on using aging Eli Manning, 38.
Essentially, the Giants will have a lot to prove because of their offseason decisions, and with how competitive the other NFC East teams are, there is no room for error.
Rookies to watch:
Dwayne Haskins, QB, Redskins: The team's quarterback situation was in crisis mode last season — Alex Smith suffered a horrifying leg injury that might have derailed his career, and backup Colt McCoy went out a short time later with a broken leg. The Redskins were smart in drafting Haskins out of Ohio State, and apparently he's impressed offseason work. Technically Case Keenum, who was traded to Washington, is slated to be the starter, but if he flounders in his first couple of starts, t