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NFC East a two-team race between Cowboys and Eagles?

That’s what R.J. Ochoa of Blogging The Boys tells us on the ‘Valentine’s Views’ podcast

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The Dallas Cowboys won the NFC East title in 2018. Can they repeat, and perhaps chase a Super Bowl title that has eluded the Cowboys since 1996?

R.J. Ochoa of SB Nation’s Blogging The Boys joined the ‘Valentine’s Views’ podcast this week to discuss the Cowboys, the NFC East and the Giants. As we work our way through the summer and await training camp, our chat with Ochoa is the first of what we hope will be several with writers/podcasters from teams the Giants will play in 2019.

Here is some of what we discussed:

  • Ochoa expects the NFC East to be a two-team race between the Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles.
  • The biggest change for Dallas this year is the move from Scott Linehan to the untested Kellen Moore as offensive coordinator.
  • Ochoa expects Dak Prescott to end up with a contract exceeding the four-year, $128 million deal Carson Wentz recently signed. That deal, to help you with the math, pays Wentz $32 million per year.
  • As you might expect, given a choice between Ezekiel Elliott and Saquon Barkley, Ochoa would take Elliott.

Also on the show, I discuss the booing of Daniel Jones that took place this week at Yankee Stadium. Give the full show, and other Big Blue View Radio podcasts, a listen below.

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