Dec 3, 2012; Landover, MD, USA; New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin reacts during the game against the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Mills/THE STAR-LEDGER via USA TODAY Sports

Showdown Sunday

In roughly 3o hours the Giants will take the field against the Saints knowing the results of the other key NFC East Games. The Redskins play the Ravens and the Cowboys are at the Bengals, both games are at 1pm. It is clear that the Ravens are a better team then the Redskins and the Bengals could beat the Cowboys. So once again the Giants will have the ability to take a clear and decisive two game lead in the NFC East. Providing the Giants do what they need to do-beat an inferior team and beat them soundly.

However, just as easily, the Giants could loose and the Skins and Cowboys could all win. This would leave the NFC East in a cluster and creating a final three game shot out. The Giants (FALCONS, RAVENS, EAGLES)  have the toughest schedule left  followed by the Cowboys (STEELERS, SAINTS, AND REDSKINS) and the Redskins (BROWNS, EAGLES, COWBOYS) have the easiest.  The mission for the Giants is very simple win this Sunday and then finish the season by winning two of their last three games and their golden. A loss to the Saints will put the Giants in a position they do not want to be in-needing to win and out and possibly needing help.

Sunday will be a great day to sit down, relax, pop open a quality beer and watching football from 1 till 10pm non-stop. GMENHQ will feature GameDay Essentials for both the Washington and Cowboys game. Both games are on at 1:00pm. If you do not have the Redzone network tomorrow may be the day to call your cable company and subscribe!

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