To put this into perspective, if you take away the two games we play next year against the Eagles who went 4-12 this past year, it changes our opponents 2012 record to 115-109. This moves the winning percentage above 500. Basically saying that while it appears we have a real easy schedule, based on this list, the two games against the Eagles really drag down our position on that list. Same goes for the Cowboys and Redskins. And we all know how we play against the Eagles.
2015 Mock Draft 1.0
Round, Position, Player, School
1st DE, Randy Gregory, Nebraska
2nd OG, Ali Marpet, Hobart
3rd ILB, Paul Dawson, TCU
4th DT, Gabe Wright, Auburn
5th WR, Dezmin Lewis, Central Arkansas
6th TE, Nick Boyle, Delaware
7th CB, Justin Coleman, Tennessee
7th FS, Cedric Thompson, Minnesota
Thing is this year's winning percentage of our opponents was the HIGHEST in the league. So even taking away the Eagle's record (which is quite a big change) the winning percentage in 2013 of around 50% is a HUGE improvement over this year.
On another track, it is interesting to see some fans have so LITTLE faith in the team. According to them we are horrible against the Eagles and always will be. With the Cowboys and Redskins not far behind. What the f. Maybe it's a psychological ploy to avoid the sadness when the team does not make the playoffs. They don't want to get their hopes up. But, man, isn't that the definition of a fan? Someone who dreams his team will win big. You see fans in cities that have not made the playoffs in decades and they are still there rooting and hoping. Sometimes I do agree that Giants fans are spoiled.