To start the Midseason report on this historically weak division, let me say this: the 4 teams are a combined 14-21 with a combined 8-15 record against out of division opponents. The Giants, Redskins, and Eagles are all below .500. The Cowboys are the only team above .500, and they struggled against the 2-7 Vikings and narrowly blew a 4th quarter lead to the twice-benched Christian Ponder and the Vikes. The Giants lost 38-0 to the Panthers and the Redskins lost 45-21 to the Broncos. The Eagles lost 52-20 to Denver as well. The Giants are 2-6 and yet they're still just 2.5 games back in the division.
Time for a breakdown of the 5 Quarterbacks to start a game in the NFC East this year. The catch? The players labeled are Player A, B, C, and so on. Then, you GUESS which player is which letter. And there's a mystery player...
Player A 205of337 60.8% 2450pyds 12tds 9int 7.3 ypa 56 83.8 rating 46.07 272.7 pypg
Player B 171 of 307 55.7% 2167pyds 10tds 15int 7.1 ypa 68.4 rate 40.27 QBR 270.9 pypg
Player C 77 of 141 54.6% 1215pyds 5td 3int
8.6 ypa 202.5 pypg 86.5 rate 58.75 QBR
Player D 229 of 346 66.2% 2553pyds 20td 6int 7.4 ypa 283.7 pypg 100.0 rate 62.2 QBR
Player E 126 of 271 46.5% 1729 pyds 12 td 6 int 6.4 ypa 123.5 ypg 72.9 rate 29.91 QBR
Player F 74 of 118 62.7% 1028pyds 13 td 0int 8.7 ypa 171.3 ypg 127.4 rate 75.66 QBR
Alright, now think about it...think...think...keep thinking...
Ok, here are the players by letter.
Player A>Robert Griffin III Washington Redskins
Player B>Eli Manning New York Giants
Player C>Michael Vick Philadelphia Eagles
Player D>Tony Romo Dallas Cowboys
Player E>Tim Tebow Denver Broncos 
Player F>Nick Foles Philadelphia Eagles
The Redskins' RG3 may seem like he has good numbers but here are last year's numbers for him:
258 of 393 3200 pyds 20 td 5 int 8.1 ypa 213.3 pypg 102.4 rate 71.41 QBR
He's down 4.8% on pass completion percentage, 0.8% on yards per attempt, and has just a 83.8 Quarterback rating compared to last years 102.4. His rush yards per game are also down from 54.3 last year to 33.4 this year. But who will win this squandering division?
Here's what I think: