IRVING, Texas (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys would love to become
this year's New York Giants -- the wild-card team turned Super Bowl
The NFC East rivals play tomorrow night at Texas Stadium with
their roles reversed from one year ago, when Tony Romo and the
Cowboys proved that scenario the hard way.
This time, the Giants (11-2) have already won the division title
with three games left, though they are still trying to clinch a
first-round playoff bye and the No. 1 seed.
Dallas (8-5) was the early division clincher last season and
earned the No. 1 seed before losing two of its last three
Then the Cowboys lost at home in the playoffs to New York.
Fast forward to this year -- the Giants clinched the NFC East
title last week despite a loss to Philadelphia.
The Giants dominated Dallas 35-14 on Nov. 2, when the Cowboys
were still without broken-pinkie Romo.
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