Need a quick preview of the teams in the NFC East for this 2013 NFL season? Look no further.The Washington Redskins surprised by capturing the division after a seven-game win streak to finish off the season? Can they do it again, or will the Giants, Cowboys or rebuilding Eagles mount a challenge? Let's take a look at this incredibly competitive division. You can check out our previous previews here: NFC North, NFC South. - Washington Redskins The Redskins look to have their quarterback, Robert Griffin III, ready to go in Week 1, despite not having played a snap in the preseason. The offence doesn't look to have taken a step back this preseason, and the running game should be as effective as ever with Alfred Morris as the primary back and Roy Helu taking up third-down duties,. The biggest issue facing the Redskins going into 2013 was their defence, particularly their secondary. With two rookie starters in FS Bacarri Rambo and CB David Amerson, the team will hope the return of LB Brian Orakpo will give them an improved pass rush to make up for the learning curve. New York Giants The Giants we have WRs Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz back together on the field at the same time (assuming health) and should provide QB Eli Manning with plenty of options for his arms. With the injury to Andre Brown, second-year RB David Wilson looks set to get the vast majority of touches in the backfield. Not helping will be their musical chairs on the offense line. On defence the Giants will hope to get some of their pass rush back after a lackluster performance in 2012. So fearsome the year before, the Giants will hope they can recapture their 2011 defence. Not helping will be their extremely thin secondary and linebacker corp, and it looks like it will be once again up to the quarterback and offence to win games this season. Dallas Cowboys The Cowboys have a coach on the hot seat and a rising star on offense. WR Dez Bryant looks to become one of the elite NFL receivers this season, but head coach Jason Garrett lost his play-calling duties and needs to go over 500 if he wants to keep his job. That might mean fixing the issues on their offensive line and finding some space for RB DeMarco Murray to burst through on the ground. On defense the Cowboys also made some big changes, hiring new defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin and returning to the 4-3 system. If their preseason form is any indication, the change looks to be for the better. Philadelphia Eagles The Eagles have undergone some massive changes this offseason. With new head coach Chip Kelly implementing his up-tempo offence with the mobile Michael Vick at the helm their offence could certainly surprise. Expect their speedy stable of running backs -- including LeSean McCoy -- to see plenty of work. The defence remains a big concern after being frequently being torched in the preseason. Like the Cowboys, the Eagles have implemented a new defensive scheme. The changes include a shift to the 3-4, and they might have some growing pains. - Quick Predictions Here's how I believe the division will shape up come the end of the 2013 season. Redskins 10-6 Giants 10-6 Cowboys 9-7 Eagles 6-10 - What do you think? Which team will stand out in the NFC East?