Dallas Cowboys – Washington Redskins
All-time record: Dallas Cowboys 60, Washington Redskins 40, Ties 2
Playoff record: Redskins 2, Cowboys 0
Past three seasons: Cowboys are 4-2 against the Redskins, though by a combined score of just 102-85
Last playoff meeting: Jan. 22, 1983. Redskins beat the Cowboys 31-17 in the NFC Championship Game to advance to the Super Bowl, where they would beat the Miami Dolphins. John Riggins was the star of the game, rushing for 140 yards and two touchdowns on 36 carries, but Darryl Grant’s fourth-quarter interception return for a touchdown sealed the game for Washington.