NFC East Team MVP’s

by IAmAstra | 1 year ago | 1 Comments

Hello! And welcome to my NFC East Team MVP's of the cycle. We will look at the highly contested NFC East and see who the best of the best was for each team.

Dallas Cowboys: Zeke Elliott HB

9,993 yards, 115 touchdowns, 6.0 yards per carry

The Cowboys did not show much loyalty this cycle to most players on their team,  trading away players like DeMarcus Lawrence and Amari Cooper. However Zeke was the main piece that stayed all throughout the cycle and gave the Cowboys a spark when the team needed it. Will Vargas transition into the MBL was almost perfect, and Zeke is to thank for that. 

Philadelphia Eagles: Zach Ertz TE

577 catches,  9,222 yards, 58 Touchdowns  

The Eagles were always the team finishing 4th in the NFC East, and their roster shows it. No one really stood out on their defense after trading away Fletcher Cox for pennies on the dollar. Offensively HB Franklin Moore couldn't stay healthy and the QB situation was always a disaster. Zach Ertz was always there and playing at a high caliber. Ertz was a great blocker and the best receiver the Eagles had all cycle long. 

New York Giants: Uchenna Nwosu OLB

290 Tackles, 182 Sacks, 13 Forced Fumbles

Now I know many will argue for Saquon Barkley here, however his multiple times being injured for long periods of time made him less dependable. Many thought the Giants over paid when they gave the Chargers a top ten pick for a raw prospect like Nwosu, Two 30+ Sack and three 20+ sack seasons later, Nwosu was one of the top tier pass rushers in the MBL. 

Washington Redskins: Dwayne Haskins QB

33,676 yards, 291 Touchdowns, 246 Interceptions, 65% Completion 95.0 QB Rating 

The Redskins was a difficult one to pick for, trading away much of their talent like Derrius Guice , Terry McLaurin,  Jimmy Moreland and many others. Dwayne Haskins was the most consistent player that the Redskins had, Montez Sweat was considered here, but Sweat was one of the most inconsistent players in the MBL this year. 


This concludes my NFC East Team MVP's! Thank you all for reading!