This means WAR!
It has been a long time since the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins rivalry really mattered. Over the past 15 years or so, the NFC East has been dominated by the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles.
But things change.
Andy Reid, in my estimation the best coach in Eagles’ history, is on his way out of Philly. In New York, Tom Coughlin’s two-time Super Bowl winning team is limping along, losing must-win games in late December.
Meanwhile, in DC, the RGIII bandwagon is loaded and rolling. The Redskins are riding a six-game winning streak into today’s matchup with their hated rivals, the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys are writing their own special version of the 2012 NFL season. Missing as many as seven starters on defense at various times this season and riding into DC with guys on the team whose names no one knows (not even some of their teammates), this year’s version of the Cowboys is replacing the country club image with that of a battle-hardened, injury-riddle...