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FanPulse update

New York Giants v Philadelphia Eagles Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images

Welcome to SB Nation FanPulse, a survey of fans across the NFL powered by SurveyMonkey. Each week, we send 32 polls to 100+ plugged in fans from each team. Eagles fans, sign up HERE to join FanPulse.

Let’s take stock of the NFC East heading into NFL Week 6 based on SB Nation’s latest FanPulse numbers.

WASHINGTON (2-2)

Washington’s confidence rating dropped from 81% last week to 69% this week. It’s worth noting that FanPulse voting started before Washington’s blowout loss to the Saints on Monday night, however, so their actual confidence number is probably lower than indicated.

Up next for Washington this week is a home game against the Panthers. Washington fans are expecting their favorite team to win by an average of two points (though again, pre-MNF voting factors in there.) Carolina fans are expecting the Panthers to win by an average of six points.

DALLAS COWBOYS (2-3)

Cowboys fans have the second lowest confidence rating among all 32 teams at just 5%. Things are not going well down in Dallas.

Up next for the Cowboys is a home game against the Jaguars. Jacksonville fans are expecting a win by an average of six points. Cowboys fans are expecting a loss by an average of five points.

Cowboys fans have determined Jason Garrett, who doesn’t call the plays or pick the players, is the biggest reason to blame for the team’s struggles.

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PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (2-3)

After losing to the Vikings, the Eagles’ fan confidence rating dropped from 65% to 49%.

Despite this, Eagles fans still think their favorite team will beat the Giants by an average of five points on Thursday Night Football. Giants fans from Big Blue View think New York will lose by an average of one point.

NEW YORK GIANTS (1-4)

Giants fans actually saw an increase in confidence rating despite losing to the Panthers. New York went up from 18% to 41%.

As previously mentioned, however, Giants fans are still picking the Eagles to beat their favorite team on Thursday night. But just barely.