NFL: How will each running back in the NFC East fare in 2020?

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The Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, and the Washington Football Team will be battling for playoff contention in the 2020 NFL season. Meanwhile, the backs will be battling for the title of best back in the NFC East.

The backs of the NFC East have a lot of storylines to follow. Three teams have a clear workhorse back. However, Washington will take a committee approach. Although Adrian Peterson is going to get the majority of touches, there are plenty of young backs that could make a name for themselves.

It will be very intriguing to see how Washington handles their running back situation. They are a young offense and may need to rely on their running game with Dwayne Haskins entering just his first full season as a starter in the NFL.

New York, Philadelphia, and Dallas all have quality starting backs. While these teams all improved their passing attack in the offseason, the running game is vital towards their teams success. The team that makes the playoffs may be the team that can run the ball and control the clock. It should be a tough battle this year.

The NFC East is always full of exciting storylines. There are playoff battles, surprising victories, and frustrating defeats. Although all the backs in the NFC East are talented, there are some uncertainties. Here is how I think each running back in the NFC East will fare in the 2020 NFL season?

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