August 13, 2012; Oakland, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys defensive back Barry Church (42) stands on the sideline during a break in the action against the Oakland Raiders in the fourth quarter at O.Co Coliseum. The Cowboys defeated the Raiders 3-0. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-US PRESSWIRE
The NFC East went 2-2 in Week 3, but suffered injuries in each and every game.
It was a wild week in the NFC East that saw a handful of players felled by injuries.
The Philadelphia Eagles were pounded 27-6 by the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. However, one silver lining was there was just one injury. Linebacker Akeem Jordan had to leave the game with a strained hamstring and now has an unknown status for next week's tilt.
The Washington Redskins saw a bevy of players injured in their 38-31 defeat at the hands of the Cincinnati Bengals. Corners Cedric Griffin and Crezdon Butler left the contest with injured hamstrings while tackle Trent Williams sustained a knee injury in the first quarter.
Running back Evan Royster was also hobbled by a sprained knee in the fourth quarter.
Tom Coughlin's New York Giants throttled the Carolina Panthers on Thursday night. However, they do have a few injuries to recover from. Corner Jayron Hosley is working his way back from a hamstring issue while Corey Webster expects to play against the Eagles on Sunday despite a broken hand.
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