This afternoon, the ESPN.com Blog Network is rolling out its Midseason Stock Watch Reports. But while you wait by your laptops and PDAs for that feature, peruse these NFC East headlines:
Hall of Famer Roger Staubach joined "Mike and Mike" this morning on ESPN Radio to discuss the Cowboys' 1-7 record.
The Cowboys have placed starting defensive end Marcus Spears and rookie safety Akwasi Owusu-Ansah on injured reserve, reports Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com.
Kevin Sherrington of the Dallas Morning News thinks that Jason Garrett needs to send an early message to his players. Garrett's not going to release Mike Jenkins, but he could at least bench him for a game.
Michael Vick has not checked in with his pal Donovan McNabb this week, writes Les Bowen.
Winston Justice writes a weekly column for the Daily News. He also plays right tackle.
In his wildly popular "Eagles Rewind" column, the Inquirer's Jeff McLane says Vick's the right choice behind this offensive line. I'm a Kafka guy myself, but I see where McLane's coming from.
David Diehl hopes to return in time for the Eagles game, writes Mike Garafolo of the Star-Ledger.
Gary Myers of the Daily News says that New York is currently Tom Coughlin's city.
Brandon Jacobs and Shaun O'Hara are both sitting out practice today.
Clinton Portis had some swelling in his groin muscle following Tuesday's workout and calls himself a game-time decision against the Eagles, according to Rick Maese of the Post.
John Feinstein would fire Mike Shanahan. Seriously.
The Redskins are desperate to get back on the field, according to Maese.