I believe we're far enough away from that debacle Thursday to look at this in a non reactionary way. Are we now the fourth best organization in the NFC East? While the Giants running circles around the Cowboys goes without saying, another thing that many of us may have feared looks to be coming to fruition. The Redskins look like they're trending upwards. Danny Synder has done what Jerry can't. He's hired football people and gotten out of the way. The results are showing up on the field now. Even if it's only temporary and it just might not be, the Skins are building a team that could be wiping us out for a decade. RGIII is still young in the game and we can hope he's not what he appears to be. Hoping that RGIII isn't a franchise QB is probably like hoping Jason Garrett is going to be some franchise savior though. Right now you could cite the Eagles as a disaster and say they're about on par with Dallas, but I can't even confidently get behind that. We've seen the Eagles build a team that dominated pretty recently. You can't say that about Dallas. Dallas needs to rebuild as much as the Eagles do. The Eagles will probably get started on restructuring their org this offseason. Meanwhile, the Cowboys will probably continue treading water with Jason Garrett and a bunch of proven losers cluttering the player roster. By the time the Cowboys come to their senses, the Eagles may be a couple of years into their rebuild and ready to kick our teeth in some more. Hell, they might still be able beat us as they're rebuilding.