Let's take a quick spin around the division while we await first pitch of Rangers-Rays:
Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com thinks the win over the Texans could have a springboard effect on the season.
Denver Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton called the Tennessee Titans "cheap."
Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News says Tony Romo is in the same class as Philip Rivers and Aaron Rodgers.
Todd Archer of the DMN says that Doug Free keeps getting better.
John "The Professor" Clayton is handing out his first quarter of the season grades in the Beast. And yes, we realize the Cowboys have only played three games.
Les Bowen of the Daily News says the Eagles aren't looking to sign a quarterback or running back at this time.
Jonathan Tamari says teams shouldn't blitz the Eagles.
Ashley Fox of the Inquirer gets a second opinion on Michael Vick and LeSean McCoy's rib injuries.
Vinny DiTrani of The Record says Ahmad Bradshaw's best asset is contributing to his ball-security issues.
Former Colts punter Hunter Smith worked out with the Giants, according to Mike Garafolo of the Star-Ledger.
Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPNNewYork.com fame talks about Eli Manning's recent defense of Tiki Barber.
Donovan McNabb took all the blame for the dreadful passing numbers in the second half against the Eagles, according to The Washington Post's Rick Maese.
Jason Reid of the Post says Ryan Torain now sits atop the Skins' depth chart at running back.
Ryan O'Halloran of CSNWashington.com has some very revealing numbers in this story. It's hard to believe Devin Thomas has played one snap this season.
Matt Terl, the author of Redskins Blog, has an excellent report on the third annual All-Star Survivors Luncheon. Chris Cooley and Derrick Dockery are to be commended for their leadership roles in an event tailored to help women battling breast cancer. I failed to mention it Sunday, but I thought seeing all the pink shoes and gloves across the league was an awesome way to raise awareness in the fight against breast cancer.