FANTASY FOOTBALL PREVIEW\nNFC EAST\nThe Final Chapter of Round 1 of Boot Camp.\n\n \nDALLAS COWBOYS\nOFFENSE (B)\nDak (QB1) works behind his BEAST offensive line. The heart and soul of the team is Zeke Elliot (RB1). Not much needs to be said about Zeke, but without Dez we can see a lot more checkdown passes to Zeke to get him in open space.\n\nTerrance Williams (WR3) is listed as the top target, but do not be surprised to see Allen Hurns (WR2) take that role. Hurns can run a lot more routes and is a better WR. Cole Beasley (WR4) is still on the roster but it is likely his role does not change in this offense. Though with no Jason Witten, he should see more targets in the checkdown as well that Zeke does not get. TE situation this year in Dallas is going to be TBBC.\n\nCowboys offense need their WRs to step it up, Zeke can only do so much. If Hurns can be a star, this team can go up to B+.\nDEFENSE (C-)\nCowboys Defense really hurt last year, and this year the D-Line did not do much to improve. They are trusting the process with their young studs who have become the studs they imagine like Crawford\/Irving\/Lawerence. Big boys that is for sure. LB core used their 1st Round pick on Leighton Vander Esch, we will see how that turns out I think there were better LBs around. Sean Lee will have to groom him, though Lee is not the same player he was 4 years ago. Front 7 is not bulletproof.\n\nSecondary was a disaster for the Boys last season. The solution? Keep Jeff Heath who did nothing for them at FS and go with a bunch of late round non developed 2nd\/3rd year starters who are finally getting their chance to shine. To me that sounds like a Fantasy chance to shine, Cowboys Secondary is in trouble this year.\nWASHINGTON REDSKINS\nOFFENSE (B)\nAlex Smith is under center, which means a lot more checkdowns most likely, Jordan Reed (TE1) would love a bounce back year in that regard. Reed will try to duplicate the success that Travis Kelce had, but before we can get too excited let us see how many 2 TE sets they run with Vernon Davis. Jamison Crowder (WR3) should get a good amount of targets, Josh Doctson (WR5) and Paul Richardson (WR4) are two players who will only hurt eachother leaving them on the wrong side of a strong season.\n\nRedskins O-Line not built to run. The Guice (RB4) is loose, will in my early opinon be behind Perine (RB4). Perine has a lot more power and Guice could be good, but Perine really found his zone to close out the season. No reason not to double down on that. The biggest X-Factor is Chris Thompson (RB3). Thompson will be better than both of these guys despite being the 3rd Down RB. Whenever Redskins are trailing, Thompson will get carries, when Redskins have a big lead, Perine will be carrying.\n\nNot a great offense that will have trouble getting vertical.\nDEFENSE (B+)\nRyan Kerrigan and Preston Smith are the two sack leaders of this team, and they should combine for 20. Mason Foster and Zach Brown in the middle is a very strong LB duo. Throw in Da'Ron Payne who is a BEAST 1st Round Pick at DT, with Ziggy Hood. It will not be easy to run or block the Redskins.\n\nJosh Norman is the best in the game, Orlando Scandrick was a great steal from the Cowboys as he was their best corner last year. Going to be tough to beat those two as they are very physical, speaking of physical nobody hits harder than safety DJ Swearinger.\n\nRedskins D could be the best they have been in sometime. Not a lot of holes, injuries killed the unit last year.\nNEW YORK GIANTS\nOFFENSE (A-)\nOffensive line is better off this year with Nate Solder despite missing some pieces. That will give time for Eli Manning (QB1) to make plays. Might be surprising to see Eli with a QB1 next to his name, but Odell Beckham JR (WR1) is no doubt a top talent and looks stronger than ever coming off of surgery. Do not forget Sterling Shepard (WR3) is one of the best slot WRs in the game. Evan Engram (TE1) might as well be a WR. All three of these guys can put up big numbers any week.\n\nRunning the football Saquon Barkley (RB1) will have Jonathan Stewart (RB4) as the perfect mentor. This is the same offense the Panthers ran under Don Schula, so expect a lot of runs and throws to their RBs. Saquon should take this job all to himself and should be a Zeke star from Day 1. Offensive line is strong enough, will be fun to watch him during the preseason.\n\nLast year Giants had no threat to run the ball, no threat to block. This year they changed both of these things, they are also healthy after losing ODB Jr too early, including Brandon Marshall.\nDEFENSE (B)\nOutside of Olivier Vernon, the Giants do have much of a pass rush. That could be a problem, however Damon Harrison is still at DT to slow down the running game. Biggest upgrade for the Giants was grabbing Alec Ogletree from the Rams at MLB. Ogletree was in a good situation with a Rams LB core that was not dominant. Not a lot of sacks for this unit, and some holes has reason for Giants fans to not be 100% confident.\n\nSecondary with Janoris Jenkins and Landon Collins is top of the line. Eli Apple and William Gay are strong corners.\n\nThere are some holes in this defense, but the Giants also have stars that need to close the gap or some role players have to turn into stars. Almost a full picture D for the Giants, but the picture has not developed.\nPHILLY EAGLES\nOFFENSE (A+)\nCarson Wentz (QB1) will have a BEAST O-Line in front of him. Alshon Jeffery (WR2) is solid but he will lose production with how good the Eagles got in the offseason. Nelson Agholor (WR3) will not take that next step to stardom because Mike Wallace (WR3) is now on the squad. Mike Wallace can be a star with the Eagles and see great matchups all the time. Especially with Zach Ertz (TE1) still on the squad and the new rookie TE Dallas Goedert has good upside. Not a threat this year.\n\nBest thing for Fantasy Football players would be for them to run the Football with Jay Ajayi (RB3), however he is going to see a lot of time split with Corey Clement (RB4), and Darren Sproles (RB4) is still relevant. Making this a situation to avoid, but Jay Ajayi has the edge that is for sure.\n\nEagles offense will be BEAST in 2018.\nDEFENSE (A+)\nDline consistst of Brandon Graham + Michael Bennett to go with Fletcher Cox and Ngata. That is a unit I do not want to run against ever. Nigel Bradham is a BEAST at MLB and he will have to lead the way, which he has done many times before. He is Jim Schwartz's guy from BUFF.\n\nMalcolm Jenkins and Rodney McLeod are two strong veterans at safety. Jalen Mills shuts down #1 and Darby is great from the slot.\n\nEagles D will get a ton of pressure and have great corners, Nigel Bradham will have to be a BEAST and that is all they need.