As much as it pains me to put the Redskins or the Cowboys above last place, I think the division will end like this:
1. Eagles (They were the best team in the NFC last year, they got significantly better, and somehow people don't even have them winning their division again?!?)
2. Redskins (They brought in an entire division worth of talent, and well, the other two teams have no chance this year, so I think they make a late season bid for a wildcard spot, but lose it to Green Bay or St. Louis on tie-breakers).
3. Cowboys (The Cowboys overplayed themselves last year. Now they're in the win now mentality it seems when they should be thinking win in 2 years. An easy schedule, tough defense, and great coaching brought them to the playoffs last year, but the Redskins won't be pushovers, and provided the Eagles avoid the freak amount of injuries from last season, they wont be able to split those two games).
4. Giants (Players whining from day one about a hard working coach. No solid QB to lead them, no reliable RB to hand the ball off to, Shockey undergoing surgery, it just hasn't been their year. Luckily for Giants fans, they can be patient and in 2-3 years wear an ear to ear grin every time defenses scramble to minimize the impact of Manning and Shockey).