Why the Seahawks, Rams, Cardinals and 49ers would win the NFC East

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There has been a lot of talk about the bad football being played in the NFC East. But while one coast struggles, the other has been thriving.

The NFC West is dazzling (Week 9 excepted), as the Seattle Seahawks have arguably the most exciting offense in the league and the MVP favorite in Russell Wilson. Aaron Donald is the front-runner for Defensive Player of the Year and leads a fearsome Los Angeles Rams defense that hopes to lead them to a second Super Bowl in three seasons. The Arizona Cardinals are on pace to become the next “it” team, with creative second-year coach Kliff Kingsbury and dual-threat quarterback Kyler Murray making big plays.

And the last-place team? Yeah, those are the San Francisco 49ers, who are the defending NFC champions. Needless to say, the West is stacked high like an In-N-Out Burger 4×4.

As we hit the midpoint of the season, we’ve asked NFC West writers Brady Henderson (Seahawks), Lindsey Thiry (Rams), Nick Wagoner (49ers) and Josh Weinfuss (Cardinals) a few questions about why the West Side is the best side during the 2020 NFL season.

What more than anything sets the NFC West apart? ESPN

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