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New York Giants, UP: The Giants will be exceptionally motivated after their finish a season ago. Eli Manning is still a clutch quarterback, and Tom Coughlin still knows how to coach. Still, there's work to be done. The Giants need to find a running game to get back to form, and the NFC East features a couple of unique offenses the Giants will have to defend. Still, they look good compared to the rest of their division. Washington Redskins, SLIGHTLY DOWN: We're still not sure what we can expect from Robert Griffin III upon his full return, so it's difficult to put a stock rating on the Redskins. For now, we'll settle with "slightly down," but if Griffin comes back looking great, you can expect the Redskins' stock to shoot back up. In their case, it really is all about Griffin. Philadelphia Eagles, UP: Eagles players have done nothing but rave about how great they think the Eagles' new offense is. It'll be tough to evaluate Chip Kelly's ne...
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