In the first two weeks of the season, the four teams in the NFC East have gained at least 500 more total yards than every other division and are a combined +707 in yardage differential. Not surprising when the Eagles, Giants and Redskins are first, second and fourth, respectively, in the league in total yards.
However, that is not translating into points. The division is a minus-six on the scoreboard, despite the ton of yardage and a 4-2 record outside the division.
Here are the divisions' total yards and points for and against:
|NFC East||3376||2669||+707||198||204||- 6|
|AFC West||2876||2557||+319||180||202||- 22|
|NFC North||2682||2454||+228||188||180||+ 8|
|AFC East||2876||2789||+ 87||218||196||+22|
|NFC West||2495||2612||- 117||194||157||+37|
|AFC North||2716||3061||- 345||203||200||+ 3|
|AFC South||2350||2753||- 403||154||203||- 49|
|NFC South||2824||3300||- 476||221||214||+ 7|