Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
Here's what folks from around the country are saying about the Cowboys, Giants and Redskins:
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com says the Cowboys' offense isn't holding up its end of the bargain.
Tim MacMahon says the Cowboys' defense cratered at the worst possible time.
David Moore says the Cowboys aren't "frauds" or "pretenders."
Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News said this loss was "pure poppycock." No, I'm serious, he really wrote that.
Brandon George of the DMN has a story on former Eagles safety Brian Dawkins.
Todd Archer says that Martellus Bennett is waiting on pins and needles for a breakout game. By the way, his holding penalty in the fourth quarter was an absolute killer.
Bill Nichols of the DMN has the latest on the Cowboys' small-play receivers.
Kevin Sherrington questions the wisdom of going to Sam Hurd on the game's final two plays.
Joe LaPointe said the Giants are a bit uneasy about Eli Manning's bruised heel.
Manning's foot injury definitely took center stage after the Giants' win.
Ralph Vacchiano of the Daily News is blogging about Manning's injury.
Tom Rock has the latest on Manning's injury.
Manning doesn't think his bruised heel is "awful."
Clinton Portis is always questionable, but it never stops him from playing.
Santana Moss has had 50-yard touchdowns in back-to-back games. That's the first time that's happened in 22 years.
What is it with Redskins players and the Internet? Chris Horton had some explaining to do.
And you thought Peter King was the only one with a Monday Morning Quarterback column?
Ryan O'Halloran has a full report on Sunday's game.
Bob Cohn comes up with the ups and downs from Sunday's game.