Washington Opponents Record: 46-50 Home Record: 2-1 (SD, DAL, NYG) Road Record: 3-0 (STL, ARZ, PHI) Against .500+ teams: 2-1 Against .500- teams: 3-0 Against .500+ teams home: 2-1 Against .500+ teams road: 0-0 Giants Opponents Record: 52-44 Home Record: 3-0 (DAL, PHI, KC) Road Record: 1-2 (SEA, WAS, OAK) Against .500+ teams: 2-2 Against .500- teams: 2-0 Against .500+ teams home: 2-0 Against .500+ teams road: 0-2 Cowboys Opponents Record: 60-36 (1 losing record - STL) Home Record: 1-2 (DEN, KC, STL) Road Record: 1-2 (NYG, WAS, CAR) Against .500+ teams: 2-3 Against .500- teams: 0-1 Against .500+ teams home: 1-1 Against .500+ teams road: 1-2 My take: The giants earned the division and their trip to the playoffs, as much as I hate them, they beat the teams they had to. Their road record makes me think they wont do anything in the playoffs. They got lucky having 9 home games, and struggled on the road. Don't like their chances past the wild card. Washington's cupcake schedule after slumping to win their last 5 saved them. All of their road games were against teams that were a combined 17-31. The way they struggled against Philly, I don't see them going anywhere in the playoffs. Dallas, I guess they deserve to be 9-7. They split with good teams, and blew a game against a bad team tonite against STL. Of course having the hardest schedule, by far, of any of the teams in the NFC East didn't help. I thought we were a much better team than 9-7, but the way we played these last 6 against good teams, maybe we were just average this year.