An NFC East team has never went undefeated. Only the Bears(twice), the Dolphins, and the Patriots have.
New York Giants
they used to be an NFC central team, but since 2002 changed to be an NFC North team.
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NFC East was created in 1967.
They're the AFC team. Seattle is the NFC team.
The Cowboys are in the NFC East.
In 1996, Troy Aikman was in his eighth season as the starting quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys. He led the team to a record fifth straight NFC East Division title and a playoff berth.
AFC- AFC east, AFC west, AFC north, AFC south NFC- NFC east, NFC west, NFC north, NFC south
2002. The NFC realigned from 3 five team divisions to 4 four team divisions in 2002. The Falcons, Saints, and Panthers Left the NFC West for the newly formed NFC South division, the Cardinals moved from the NFC East to the NFC West, and the Seattle Seahawks moved from the AFC West to the NFC West. The 49ers and Rams stayed in the NFC West.
I don't have the dates yet, but they play the AFC South and the NFC East next year. So their games are:HOMEPittsburgh (Division)Cincinnati (Division)Baltimore (Division)Texans (AFC South)Colts (AFC South)Giants (NFC East)Cowboys (NFC East)Denver (AFC West 2nd place team)AWAYPittsburgh (Division)Cincinnati (Division)Baltimore (Division)Jacksonville (AFC South)Titans (AFC South)Eagles (NFC East)Redskins (NFC East)Buffalo (AFC East 2nd place team)s-
NFC east with 12. NFC east
NFC East, with 19 bowl appearances and 11 wins.
The NFL Divisions are NFC North NFC South NFC East NFC West AFC North AFC South AFC East AFC West
The Washington Redskins are in the NFC East division.
NFC East, to be exact.
Not at all, Tony Romo will never take them anywhere. They are the third best team in NFC East
The NFC will where their home colors in the 2013 Super Bowl and will play in an NFC stadium.
no they are a NFC team