First place is going to the Eagles. A dominant defense will be the key factor in their success. With Westbrook and Buchhalter as their rushing game it should be a strong area. Quarterback, as long as McNabb is healthy they should have an above average throwing game. Recievers, this is the area Philadelphia needs the most work on. Reggie Brown will be the main option, and will be thrown to just about every play that the Eagles aren't getting the ball to Westbrook.
At second place, I'm going with the Cowboys. As long as T.O keeps his mouth shut and Tony Romo doesn't flert with celebreties the whole time they should make it into the playoffs. Defensively they've got a pretty good d. Their rushing option is ok with Marion Barber. They've go a strong wide reciever option with T.O, who although may talk to much is very good on the field. Also they have the option of passing to Terry Glenn an above average wide reciever.
I'm taking Redskins at third. It's close between the Giants but still I'm taking the Skins. They have a pretty good defense. A pretty good rushing option with Ladell Betts and Clinton Portis, a very complete vet. They've got an average to above average receiver option with Santana Moss at Wide receiver and Chris Cooley playing tight end.
Last and least I'm taking the New York Giants to snag fourth place. They've got an above average defense. A below average rushing game without Tiki Barber and and only really Bradon Jacobs to step up and take the lead. They've got an above average receiver game with Shockey a very complete vet playing tight end and Plaxico Burgess taking the lead roll at wide receiver, and Amani stepping up right behind.