Tired of the lockout? There are always some interesting numbers when it comes to the NFL both trend-wise and historically. Here’s a look at the good and the bad (and an extra thought or two) when it came to the NFC East last season…Philadelphia Eagles (10-6)The Good News: Comeback Player of the Year QB Michael Vick threw a career-high 21 TD passes in just 12 games, and his plus-15 TD pass to interception differential (21-6) was also easily his best, topping his ’02 performance of plus-8 (16-8)…Second-year RB LeSean McCoy led the team lead in rushing yards and receptions, the fifth time in the last 10 years that an Eagles’ running back managed that feat (including ties), joining RBs Brian Westbrook (2005-07) and Duce Staley (2001)…PK David Akers led the league with 143 points, the first Eagles’ player to lead the NFL in scoring since TE/PK Bobby Walston in 1954. Akers led the NFC in points scored in 2008 and ’09…<!--more-->The Bad News: Including the playoff loss to the Packers, the Eagles committed 13 turnovers in their last 5 games, after giving up the ball the same amount of times in their first 12 outings…The Birds allowed 377 points, as many as the last-place Redskins and the third-worst amongst teams that went to the playoffs last season. And only 6 teams in the NFL gave up more offensive touchdowns than the Eagles (43)…Just A Thought: With Jeff Fisher out at Tennessee, Andy Reid is now the league’s longest-tenured head coach with the same team, taking over in Philadelphia in 1999…Since realignment in ‘02, the Eagles are an NFC-best 91-52-1 and also own the conference’s best road record over that span (44-27-1). However, Philadelphia is just 7-7 in the playoffs over that span and has now lost their last 3 postseason games…New York Giants (10-6)The Good News: The Giants were tied for 7th in the NFL in points scored (394) and tied for second in the league in offensive touchdowns (48)…It was a big-year for ’09  first-round draft choice WR Hakeem Nicks, who totaled 79 receptions for 1,052 yards and 11 scores in just 13 games. Nicks had just 47 catches for 790 yards  and 6 TDs in 14 games during his debut season…The Bad News: Tom Coughlin’s team committed a league-high 42 turnovers, meaning the Giants have coughed up the ball 73 times in their last 32 games dating back to ’09. In  2008, the team committed just 13 turnovers in 16 games. QB Eli Manning was the biggest culprit when it came to ball security with 30 turnovers, including an NFL-high 25 interceptions…The Giants were next-to-last in the NFL in bothkickoff and punt return average (their longest kick return of any kind was just 42 yards), as well as opponent punt return average--giving up a pair of puntreturns for scores…Just A Thought: Timing is everything. The Giants finished 8-8 in 2006 and captured a Wild Card berth and 10-6 in 2007 and won Super Bowl XLII. Over the last 2 seasons, TomCoughlin’s team finished 8-8 in ’09 and 10-6 last season and missed the playoffs both yearsDallas Cowboys (6-10)The Good News: The Cowboys were 5-3 under head coach Jason Garrett (who replaced Wade Phillips at midseason) and did score more points in their final 8 games (233) than theirfirst 8 contests (161), which is somewhat interesting considering Garrett was the offensive coordinator…The Cowboys were the only team in the league with a pair of 1,000-yard pass catchers (TE Jason Witten and WR Miles Austin)…LB DeMarcus Ware led the NFL with 15.5 sacks and has totaled a league-high 80.0 sacks since entering the NFL in 2005…The Bad News: The Cowboys gave up the second-most points in the league (436), after giving up the second-fewest points in the NFL (250) in ’09. The Pokes allowed 33 touchdown passes, tied for the worst mark in the league, after giving up just 26 offensive touchdowns during all of ’09…Talk about hit or miss in 2010? Dallas committed 30 turnovers (up from 19 in ’09), 27 of those in their 10 setbacks…Just A Thought: After Hall of Famer Tom Landry guided the Cowboys during the franchise’s first 29 seasons, Jason Garrett is the seventh head coach during the Jerry Jones Era dating back to 1989…During the 1990s, Dallas was 101-59, made 8 playoff appearances in 10 seasons and won 3 Super Bowls. Since 2000, the Pokes are a .500 team (88-88) and have won 1 playoff game…Washington Redskins (6-10)The Good News: WR Santana Moss not only led the team in catches but set a career-high with 93 receptions, good for fourth in the NFL in 2010…OLB Brian Orakpo led the team with 8.5 sacks one season after tying for the club lead with 11.0 sacks and went to the Pro Bowl for the second time in as many years…The Bad News: Washington ranked 30th in the NFL in rushing yards, the franchise’s worst finish in this department since 1973, when they were 25th out of 26 teams. MikeShanahan’s club also finished next-to-last in the league in rushing attempts…Talk about inconsistency. The Redskins allowed just 79 points in their 6 victories, but gave up a whopping 298 points in their last 10 losses…Just A Thought: Interesting to note that of the Redskins’ leaders in passing (Donovan McNabb), rushing (Ryan Torain), receiving (Santana Moss), tackles (London Fletcher), sacks (Brian Orakpo) and interceptions (DeAngelo Hall), only Orakpo was drafted by the team…Dating back to realignment in ’02, the Redskins are just 17-37 vs. NFC East rivals, the second-worst mark in the conference next to the Lions. Washington has not won a division title since 1999…The Redskins’ last Super Bowl title came in 1991, which is also the last time the team appeared in the NFC Championship Game. Amazingly, that is tied with the Lions (ironically, who they defeated in that contest) for the longest-such streak in the conference…