The New York Giants are 0-4 for the first time in Tom Coughlin's tenure. That's the bad news.

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The good news is that they're not the only team in their division that's having a down year. In fact, the entire division is taking the Giants lead - except for the whole "0" in the win column thing.

It's true that the G-Men are the only ones that have yet to win a game out of the four NFC East teams, but with a win this weekend against the Eagles, the Giants are tied for second and only one game out of first place in the NFC East.

The Cowboys play the hottest team in the NFL on Sunday and this one guy named Peyton Manning. Good luck with that.

The Redskins have a bye week and whenever they hit the gridiron once again it will be against the Cowboys so those two division foes can beat each other up.

This weekend's opponent, the Eagles, had a mind-blowing offensive explosion in the first half of Chip Kelly's NFL debut. Since then, the silly Phillies have mellowed out and haven't been victorious once.

If the Giants can somehow piece this thing together, they could actually fight for the NFC Least Division Title. Unfortunately, that speaks to how pour the division is and not necessarily to how much we believe in the G-Men.

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