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The '''NFC East''' refers to the Eastern Division of the [[National Football Conference]] of the [[National Football League]]. It currently has four members: [[Dallas Cowboys]], [[Washington Redskins]], [[New York Giants]], and [[Philadelphia Eagles]]. The [[Arizona Cardinals]] were a former member of the division until the Division Realignment of 2002.
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The '''NFC East''' refers to the Eastern Division of the [[National Football Conference]] of the [[National Football League]]. It currently has 4 members: [[Dallas Cowboys]], [[Philadelphia Eagles]], [[Washington Redskins]], and [[New York Giants]]. The [[Arizona Cardinals]] were a former member of the division until the Division Realignment of 2002.
   
 
==Division champions==
 
==Division champions==
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| 2008 || [[New York Giants]] || 12-4-0 || Lost [[NFL playoffs, 2008-09|NFC Divisional Playoffs]]
 
| 2008 || [[New York Giants]] || 12-4-0 || Lost [[NFL playoffs, 2008-09|NFC Divisional Playoffs]]
 
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| 2009 || [[Dallas Cowboys]] || 11-5-0 || Lost [[NFL playoffs, 2009-010|NFC Divisional Playoffs]]
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| 2009 || [[Dallas Cowboys]] || 11-5-0 || Lost [[NFL playoffs, 2009-10|NFC Divisional Playoffs]]
 
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| 2010 || [[Philadelphia Eagles]] || 10-6-0 || Lost [[NFL playoffs, 2010-11|NFC Wild Card Playoffs]]
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| 2010 || [[Philadelphia Eagles]] || 10-6-0 || Lost [[2010-11 NFL Playoffs|NFC Wild Card Playoffs]]
 
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* A players' strike in 1982 reduced the regular season to nine games. Thus, the league used a special 16-team playoff tournament just for this year. Division standings were ignored, Washington had the best record of the division teams.
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* A players' strike in 1982 reduced the regular season to 9 games. Thus, the league used a special 16-team playoff tournament just for this year. Division standings were ignored, Washington had the best record of the division teams.
   
 
==Wild Card qualifiers==
 
==Wild Card qualifiers==
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*[[2009]] - [[Philadelphia Eagles]]
 
*[[2009]] - [[Philadelphia Eagles]]
 
*[[2010]] - ''None''
 
*[[2010]] - ''None''
<nowiki>*</nowiki> – A players' strike in 1982 reduced the regular season to nine games. Thus, the league used a special 16-team playoff tournament just for this year. Division standings were ignored.<br>
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<nowiki>*</nowiki> – A players' strike in 1982 reduced the regular season to nine games. Thus, the league used a special 16-team playoff tournament just for this year. Division standings were ignored.<br><nowiki>**</nowiki> – advanced to that season's NFC Championship Game (the Cowboys lost to the Washington Redskins in 1972 and to the Philadelphia Eagles in 1980; the 1986 Redskins lost to the New York Giants; and the 2008 Eagles lost to the Arizona Cardinals)<br><nowiki>***</nowiki> – advanced to that season's Super Bowl <br><nowiki>****</nowiki> – won that season's Super Bowl
<nowiki>**</nowiki> – advanced to that season's NFC Championship Game (the Cowboys lost to the Washington Redskins in 1972 and to the Philadelphia Eagles in 1980; the 1986 Redskins lost to the New York Giants; and the 2008 Eagles lost to the Arizona Cardinals)<br>
 
<nowiki>***</nowiki> – advanced to that season's Super Bowl <br>
 
<nowiki>****</nowiki> – won that season's Super Bowl
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 18:03, March 16, 2017

The NFC East refers to the Eastern Division of the National Football Conference of the National Football League. It currently has 4 members: Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, and New York Giants. The Arizona Cardinals were a former member of the division until the Division Realignment of 2002.

Division championsEdit

Season Team Record Playoff Results
1970 Dallas Cowboys 10-4-0 Lost Super Bowl V
1971 Dallas Cowboys 11-3-0 Won Super Bowl VI
1972 Washington Redskins 11-3-0 Lost Super Bowl VII
1973 Dallas Cowboys 10-4-0 Lost NFC Championship Game
1974 St. Louis Cardinals 10-4-0 Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs
1975 St. Louis Cardinals 11-3-0 Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs
1976 Dallas Cowboys 11-3-0 Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs
1977 Dallas Cowboys 12-2-0 Won Super Bowl XII
1978 Dallas Cowboys 12-4-0 Lost Super Bowl XIII
1979 Dallas Cowboys 11-5-0 Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs
1980 Philadelphia Eagles 12-4-0 Lost Super Bowl XV
1981 Dallas Cowboys 12-4-0 Lost NFC Championship Game
1982+ Washington Redskins 8-1-0 Won Super Bowl XVII
1983 Washington Redskins 14-2-0 Lost Super Bowl XVIII
1984 Washington Redskins 11-5-0 Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs
1985 Dallas Cowboys 10-6-0 Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs
1986 New York Giants 14-2-0 Won Super Bowl XXI
1987 Washington Redskins 11-4-0 Won Super Bowl XXII
1988 Philadelphia Eagles 10-6-0 Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs
1989 New York Giants 12-4-0 Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs
1990 New York Giants 13-3-0 Won Super Bowl XXV
1991 Washington Redskins 14-2-0 Won Super Bowl XXVI
1992 Dallas Cowboys 13-3-0 Won Super Bowl XXVII
1993 Dallas Cowboys 12-4-0 Won Super Bowl XXVIII
1994 Dallas Cowboys 12-4-0 Lost NFC Championship Game
1995 Dallas Cowboys 12-4-0 Won Super Bowl XXX
1996 Dallas Cowboys 10-6-0 Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs
1997 New York Giants 10-5-1 Lost NFC Wild Card Playoffs
1998 Dallas Cowboys 10-6-0 Lost NFC Wild Card Playoffs
1999 Washington Redskins 10-6-0 Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs
2000 New York Giants 12-4-0 Lost Super Bowl XXXV
2001 Philadelphia Eagles 11-5-0 Lost NFC Championship Game
2002 Philadelphia Eagles 12-4-0 Lost NFC Championship Game
2003 Philadelphia Eagles 12-4-0 Lost NFC Championship Game
2004 Philadelphia Eagles 13-3-0 Lost Super Bowl XXXIX
2005 New York Giants 11-5-0 Lost NFC Wild Card Playoffs
2006 Philadelphia Eagles 10-6-0 Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs
2007 Dallas Cowboys 13-3-0 Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs
2008 New York Giants 12-4-0 Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs
2009 Dallas Cowboys 11-5-0 Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs
2010 Philadelphia Eagles 10-6-0 Lost NFC Wild Card Playoffs
  • A players' strike in 1982 reduced the regular season to 9 games. Thus, the league used a special 16-team playoff tournament just for this year. Division standings were ignored, Washington had the best record of the division teams.

Wild Card qualifiersEdit

Since 1970

* – A players' strike in 1982 reduced the regular season to nine games. Thus, the league used a special 16-team playoff tournament just for this year. Division standings were ignored.
** – advanced to that season's NFC Championship Game (the Cowboys lost to the Washington Redskins in 1972 and to the Philadelphia Eagles in 1980; the 1986 Redskins lost to the New York Giants; and the 2008 Eagles lost to the Arizona Cardinals)
*** – advanced to that season's Super Bowl
**** – won that season's Super Bowl

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