ARLINGTON, TX - JANUARY 03: Jamison Crowder #80 of the Washington Redskins catches touchdown pass against the Dallas Cowboys during the first half at AT&T Stadium on January 3, 2016 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Breakout Player From Every NFC East Team

​NFL fans itching for something, anything, to look at while we wait out the final days leading up to the 2016 season can try to calm the cravings.

Use this list to help get your fix and brush up on who in the NFC East will need some extra paying attention to when that special time of year finally arrives.

4. Giants - Paul Perkins RB

​Rashad Jennings has the top RB spot on lock in New York, but Andre Williams has continued to disappoint. With Vereen handling the load on blocking duties, Perkins has nothing to worry about other than exhibiting his ability to run.

3. Cowboys - David Irving DE

​David Irving is only 22 years old as he enters his second year as a Cowboy. The 6'7" Megaman defensive end looks like he has fully recovered from the wrist injury he suffered back in Week 15 against the Bills last year. Get ready for him to take over as an emerging star as a lot of responsibility rests on his shoulders with the ever-thinning (for various reasons) defense.

2. Eagles - Zach Ertz

​Ertz is only entering his fourth year with the Eagles, but it feels like ages with the amount of hype that constantly surrounds him. This is it! This is finally the year! With the amount of uncertainty at the - former one, now about a thousand - WR position, Ertz will look to be heavily relied on. Now that he's well ingrained in the Eagles' system, he'll truly breakout.

1. Redskins - Jamison Crowder WR

​Crowder went for just over 600 yards and 2 touchdowns in his rookie year. Those numbers are likely to see a very big spike now that Kirk Cousins is settled into the QB position. He's been nagged by a bit of a hamstring issue through the offseason and got some nice bruising action to the knee in his second preseason game, but he'll be more than ready to go come regular season.