It’s getting exciting in the NFC East race.
The Dallas Cowboys appeared to have the NFC East locked for a time in October and November. For most of the season, Mike McCarthy’s team was several points ahead of the rest in the division. The Cowboys were once the conference’s best team by a large margin.
However, this is no longer true.
The Cowboys are currently 8-4 but the Washington Football Team is 6-6. The Eagles are meanwhile at 6-7.
Washington seems to be even more dangerous. On Sunday night, the Football Team defeated Las Vegas to win their fourth consecutive game.
Fans are eager to see the Washington vs. Dallas match next weekend.
NFC East through Week 13:
– Dallas Cowboys, 8-4
– Washington FT, 6-6
– Philadelphia Eagles, 6-7
– New York Giants, 4-8
— RJ Ochoa (@rjochoa) December 6, 2021
Washington has a four-game win streak, a .500 record, a playoff spot at the moment and a date with Dallas at home next Sunday. Might get real exciting around here.
— Sam Fortier (@Sam4TR) December 6, 2021
And Washington has gotten to .500, at 6-6. Their season has gone like this …
1) Loss, win, loss, win.
2) Four-game losing streak.
3) Four-game winning streak.
The Football Team's alone in second in the NFC East, two back of Dallas.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) December 6, 2021
WE WANT DALLAS
— PFT Commander (@PFTCommenter) December 6, 2021
OK, GREAT. WASHINGTON HAS WON 4 STRAIGHT. COWBOYS AREN'T BACKING INTO THE DIVISION TITLE. HERE THEY GO TO WASHINTON NEXT SUNDAY, THEN TO GIANTS, THEN WASHINGTON AT HOME. NOW THEY HAVE OUR ATTENTION. NO ROOM FOR ERROR. JUST GO WIN IT. BETTER THIS WAY.
— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) December 6, 2021
Skip Bayless may be feeling nervous
“How did the ref not throw a flag on that jersey tug on the Derek Carr deep throw??? THAT’S AN OBVIOUS PENALTY. THEY CALL EVERYTHING ELSE. WHY NOT THAT ONE??? DO THEY WANT WASHINGTON TO CATCH JERRY JONES IN THE EAST???” he tweeted.
“OK, GREAT. WASHINGTON HAS WON 4 STRAIGHT. COWBOYS AREN’T BACKING INTO THE DIVISION TITLE. HERE THEY GO TO WASHINTON NEXT SUNDAY, THEN TO GIANTS, THEN WASHINGTON AT HOME. NOW THEY HAVE OUR ATTENTION. NO ROOM FOR ERROR. JUST GO WIN IT. BETTER THIS WAY.”
Next Sunday, Washington and Dallas will meet at 1 p.m. Eastern Time. It will be a great one.