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NFC East standings update, remaining schedules

The Giants are now in third place after loss to the Browns

Cleveland Browns v New York Giants Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images

The Washington Football Team (6-8) gave the New York Giants an opening on Sunday by losing to the Seattle Seahawks, 20-15.

But the Giants were unable to capitalize on it.

New York lost, 20-6, to the Cleveland Browns Sunday night at MetLife Stadium and dropped to 5-9 on the season. [FULL RECAP]

The Dallas Cowboys (5-9) stayed alive in the division with a 41-33 victory over the San Francisco 49ers. The Philadelphia Eagles lost to the Arizona Cardinals, 33-26.

“We’re not totally out of this thing,” said Sterling Shepard. “We have to move on.”

Standings

1. Washington (6-8)
2. Dallas (5-9)
3. GIANTS (5-9)
4. Philadelphia (4-9-1)

Remaining schedules

Giants

Dec. 27 — @ Baltimore Ravens
Jan. 3 — vs. Dallas Cowboys

Football Team

Dec. 27 — Carolina Panthers
Jan. 3 — @ Philadelphia Eagles

Eagles

Dec. 27 — @ Dallas Cowboys
Jan. 3 — Washington Football Team

Cowboys

Dec. 27 — Philadelphia Eagles
Jan. 3 — @ Giants