(AP) - The Washington Redskins are riding a late-season victory wave into the playoffs.
The Redskins dominated Dallas 27-6 for their fourth straight victory, earning them a trip to Seattle and a rematch of a 2005 playoff game with the Seahawks.
Seattle beat Washington 20-10 in the first round that season. The Redskins are 4-and-0 since Todd Collins replaced injured Jason Campbell at quarterback.
The 'Skins look like they'll be a tough out in the playoffs, with a defense that held Dallas to exactly 1 yard rushing. Clinton Portis racked up his fourth straight 100-yard rushing game, finishing with 104 yards.
Santana Moss had a big day with eight catches for 115 yards and one score.
The Cowboys didn't play anyone who was questionable with injuries, although QB Tony Romo played until midway through the third quarter before giving way to Brad Johnson.
The Cowboys have earned the Number-1 seed in the NFC playoffs.