Let's take a quick peek at today's most compelling storylines around the division:
Jerry Jones is in denial about the Cowboys' 1-4 start, writes Richard Durrett of ESPNDallas.com.
Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News says that Jones' disregard for special teams has haunted this team.
Todd Archer and David Moore of the Dallas Morning News debate the league's new approach to helmet-to-helmet collisions.
Bob Sturm does a really nice job breaking down Jason Garrett's game plan in this entry.
Jan Hubbard of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram breaks down the Cowboys' next opponent.
Jeff McLane of the Inquirer discusses Andy Reid's offensive "genius."
Starting right tackle Winston Justice writes his weekly column on the hit that knocked DeSean Jackson out of Sunday's game.
Les Bowen from the Daily News says that day of "reckoning" is coming regarding this QB decision.
Ralph Vacchiano of the Daily News defends Eli Manning, who was voted by anonymous peers as the fifth most overrated player in the league.
Mike Garafolo and Zach Berman of the Star-Ledger say that players aren't on the same page when it comes to dangerous hits.
Giants safety Antrel Rolle isn't pleased with the new policy. He predicts "tentative" football.