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    A Washington Powerhouse, Is Good For The NFC-East

    Washington is our oldest rivalry within the division. Besides, when the Cowboys or the Eagles get to mouthy ( Which is always forever and amen ) Its fun to see someone else slap 'em down.

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    Re: A Washington Powerhouse, Is Good For The NFC-East

    [quote user="BlueBlitzer"]Washington is our oldest rivalry within the division. Besides, when the Cowboys or the Eagles get to mouthy ( Which is always forever and amen ) Its fun to see someone else slap 'em down.[/quote]We need to sweep our division this season
    Football has been very, very good to us.
    Even though 2013 was a losing season, we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, New England
    4-New York Giants!!!!!

    Let's make it 5 in 2014 !!!

    ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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    No it's not. This isn't college football. We gain nothing except a harder schedule from our divisional rivals being good. I would rather the NFC East be like the AFC East: 1 good team (us, the Patriots) that can expect 4-6 easy divisional wins every year against teams that aren't very good.

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    [quote user="Giants10Joe"]No it's not. This isn't college football. We gain nothing except a harder schedule from our divisional rivals being good. I would rather the NFC East be like the AFC East: 1 good team (us, the Patriots) that can expect 4-6 easy divisional wins every year against teams that aren't very good.
    [/quote]True.. thats why they are always right there at the top each year. then they also benefit from the AFC rotation where besides playing the weak AFCE they get the POWERHOUSE AFCW every 3 years... that usually adds 4 more victories for them over KC, Oakland, Denver and SD... and besides Houston which has gotten better recently the AFCS is usually 4 wins for them.. (Jags, TN, Colts. Even when Indy was great the Pats gave them Fits.) then you have AFCN with 2 guaranteed wins in Browns and Cinny.. toss up on ravens and Pitt..</P>


    So more then likely the Pats which are always really good each year due to great drafting and FA signings can look at the schedule in any given year and check off at least 9 or 10 wins before they even set foot on the field.</P>
    Football has been very, very good to us.
    Even though 2013 was a losing season, we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, New England
    4-New York Giants!!!!!

    Let's make it 5 in 2014 !!!

    ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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    Re: A Washington Powerhouse, Is Good For The NFC-East

    [quote user="miked1958"]


    [quote user="Giants10Joe"]No it's not. This isn't college football. We gain nothing except a harder schedule from our divisional rivals being good. I would rather the NFC East be like the AFC East: 1 good team (us, the Patriots) that can expect 4-6 easy divisional wins every year against teams that aren't very good.
    [/quote]True.. thats why they are always right there at the top each year. then they also benefit from the AFC rotation where besides playing the weak AFCE they get the POWERHOUSE AFCW every 3 years... that usually adds 4 more victories for them over KC, Oakland, Denver and SD... and besides Houston which has gotten better recently the AFCS is usually 4 wins for them.. (Jags, TN, Colts. Even when Indy was great the Pats gave them Fits.) then you have AFCN with 2 guaranteed wins in Browns and Cinny.. toss up on ravens and Pitt..</P>


    So more then likely the Pats which are always really good each year due to great drafting and FA signings can look at the schedule in any given year and check off at least 9 or 10 wins before they even set foot on the field.</P>


    [/quote]</P>


    Goes to show you that there is a changing of the guard so to speak in the NFL. Years ago it was the NFC that dominated every year and won SBs by huge margins every season. Then it shifted for a good amount of years to AFC teams. Now its shifting back over. The NFC team that makes SB having played so many tough teams all during year and in playoffs gets to SB and NE or whoever is shell shocked that they dont roll over like all the teams they have been playing all season. </P>
    Football has been very, very good to us.
    Even though 2013 was a losing season, we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, New England
    4-New York Giants!!!!!

    Let's make it 5 in 2014 !!!

    ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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    Re: A Washington Powerhouse, Is Good For The NFC-East

    Can the giants actually win one game against Washington next season?


    Thanks.

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    Re: A Washington Powerhouse, Is Good For The NFC-East

    [quote user="MikeIsaGiant"]Can the giants actually win one game against Washington next season?


    Thanks.[/quote]

    Yes.

    You're welcome.

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