WASHINGTON — The Arizona Cardinals have a two-games winning streak against NFC East teams in their future plans.
The Cardinals have been able to hold off the New York Giants and the Eagles for two consecutive weeks, winning two of those games and keeping their division lead at 4 1/2 games.
They were unable to keep the Washington Redskins in the hunt after a dominant first half in Week 1.
They also held off the Miami Dolphins in Week 3.
The Cardinals are 5-1 this season against teams with winning records against the NFC East, winning three of those meetings.
The Eagles were 2-4 against the division last season.
The Eagles have lost five straight games and eight of 11 since the beginning of the season.
They’ve lost six straight against teams currently in the NFC West.
The Giants have been outscored by an average of 14.5 points through their last four games.
The Giants have allowed a combined 24.7 points per game.
The Dolphins are 6-0 since the start of last season, including two wins in a row.
They have allowed just 10.9 points per contest.
The Saints are 6,749-641 (.560) in the past six games against the Falcons, Giants and Eagles.