After watching the Dallas game I did not come away with the feeling that Dallas is the best team in the NFC. As a matter of fact I am not so sure they are even the best team in the NFC East! The Redskins have a solid defense and a young promising QB in Campbell who has shown everything positive you could want in a starting QB,The WR corp is very fast and the running game is adequate The Giants have shown tenacity on defense since they were buried in their first 2 games - Manning to Burress is a lethal combo and Droughns has given them a very good rushing attack in the pre-Tiki days As long as the Eagles have Westbrook, a quick elusive wideout in Curtis and a smothering secondary,they are always dangerous. Going on to the other teams from the NFC its Green Bay with an unbelievable ageless Favre and Minnesota with possibly the next great RB in Adrian Peterson (reminds me of Emmitt Smith in his rookie season) who may be strong contenders as well You have the surprising Tampa Bay Bucs with another QB that does not realize his days should be over but still playing great with Jeff Garcia. New Orleans is far from done,That dismantling of Seattle was very impressive I am sure I am leaving out a few others that can make a sudden turn for the better like Chicago,Seattle ect... I say Dallas won't make it to the dance - Romo is not trustworthy for continuous solid efforts,Crayton drops too many balls,T.O. is still a near no show in most big games,Barber is a good RB but can't do it all,that secondary scares no one and Ware is the only true danger on the front 7. So this bears my question... WTF Is everyone putting Dallas as the likely NFC Rep in the Super Bowl? I for one don't understand why they stand out among the NFC like many think - IMO the NFC is a parity driven as in any year I have seen. One more thing is that I believe that only 11 teams have played each other in the regular season and went on to play each other in the Super Bowl - Thats 11 out of 41 - Its only a stat but its a interesting one.