Last season, the NFL installed a brilliant amendment to the regular season: division games to be played in week 17, increasing the chance for high drama in the final week of the season.
Division championships are settled, playoff spots secured, wild card berths forged.
Despite the disagreements, differing views, and healthy debates that we all have on HH, I think there is one thing most everyone here can agree on: We will all be rooting for the Giants to absolutely crush the Cowboys this Sunday.
If you're like me, you see the rest of the NFC East like this: Hate everything about the Cowboys, can't stand the Eagles and their fans, and Giants....meh, they are a good team.
I, for one, will be cheering loud and proud against the Cowboys this weekend, hoping to see the Giants do the following:
1. Win the NFC East, knock the Cowboys out of the playoff hunt and end their season.
2. Squash, before it even begins, the endless ESPN coverage which will hail Tony Romo as an elite QB if he wins this game. The media will also go on and and on about how Romo has overcome the late-season jitters which have plagued his career if he wins this game.
3. Force Romo into having yet another late-season dud of a game. Nothing would kick off 2012 for me like seeing Romo have a terrible game, a choked performance that sees his team fall short for another year.
Hail to the Redskins, hate for the Cowboys, and I guess for one weekend....Go Big Blue?