Let's take a look at the strongest opinions regarding the four NFC East teams:
Tim Cowlishaw of the Dallas Morning News says that Cowboys fans shouldn't toast the team over Sunday's win.
ESPNDallas.com's newest Cowboys beat man, Todd Archer, says Jerry Jones shouldn't waste any time removing the interim tag from Jason Garrett.
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com says that Roy Williams has played his last game for the Cowboys.
Tim MacMahon begins his column for ESPNDallas.com with a whimsical anecdote about the relationship between Stephen McGee and Jason Witten.
Jacques Taylor of the DMN says he's not interested in Jon Gruden or Jeff Fisher "or one of the thousands of dudes who fit into that category." Does that number seem a little steep to anyone else?
Clarence E. Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram says only one thing's preventing Garrett from being the Cowboys' full-time head coach today.
New York Giants
Mike Garafolo provides a nice account of the postgame scene in the Giants' locker room. And Barry Cofield took a poke at Redskins fans.
Giants co-owner John Mara also defended Eli Manning on Sunday, writes Ralph Vacchiano of the Daily News.
Tim Smith of the Daily News thinks Mara did the right thing in keeping Tom Coughlin.
Mike Vaccaro of the New York Post says that winning 10 games isn't much of a consolation prize this season.
Steve Serby from the Post says Mara did the right thing by sticking with his head coach.
Phil Sheridan thinks the Eagles need to beat the Packers and the Bears for this season to be considered a success.
John Smallwood from the Daily News talks about the route he took to the Linc on Sunday. He wasn't pleased with the lack of energy in the stadium.
Sam Donnellon of the Daily News says we haven't learned a whole lot about Kevin Kolb this season.
Bob Ford from the Inquirer thinks it was the wrong call for Andy Reid to let his starters sleep in Sunday.
Rich Hofmann, esteemed columnist for the Daily News, says the Eagles' playoff hopes hinge on one man's bum leg.
Tom Boswell of the Post says that Mike Shanahan brought "order, discipline and football sanity" to the Redskins this season. Really?
Rick Maese of the Post says the Skins will have the 10th pick in the draft.
You might not recognize this Redskins team next season, writes Jason Reid of the Post.
Ryan O'Halloran of CSNWashington.com provided some instant analysis following Sunday's loss to the Giants.