The Dallas Cowboys should breeze to the division title, and the Washington Redskins figure to finish last. That leaves the other three teams -- the New York Giants, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Arizona Cardinals -- in a scramble for second and third, and wild-card spots.
1. Dallas Cowboys
1994 record: Won division with a 12-4 record, lost NFC title game at San Francisco.
Coach: Barry Switzer (13-5).
Key additions: rr C Ray Donaldson, QB Wade Wilson and RB Sherman Williams.
Key losses: WR Alvin Harper, C Mark Stepnoski, DE Jim Jeffcoat, James Washington, S Kenneth Gant and QB Rodney Peete.
Weaknesses: They lost supporting cast members Harper and Stepnoski to free agency. They have to wonder whether Erik Williams will make it all the way back from a knee injury he suffered in an auto accident and whether Barry Switzer's laid-back style can take them to the Super Bowl.
Extra point: If Paul Tagliabue has to present the Super Bowl trophy to Jerry Jones, it may be the NFL's best scene since Pete
Rozelle had to give it to Al Davis.