Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
Let's take a quick look at what's going on with all four teams:
Ed Werder of ESPNDallas.com fame says the Cowboys might as well have kept T.O. if they're going to tolerate all this "criticism" of Romo from the likes of Roy Williams and Patrick Crayton.
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com doesn't think Tony Romo and his receivers are on the same page.
Todd Archer from the Dallas Morning News has an excellent story on the tragedy that Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins has had to endure, including the drowning death of a friend.
There's an interesting dynamic at work when Troy Aikman calls a Tony Romo game on TV, writes Barry Horn of the DMN.
Randy Galloway of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and 103.3 FM ESPN tries to be slightly optimistic about the Cowboys.
Charean Williams of the Star-Telegram says the Cowboys' defense won't win any beauty contests.
Jeff Caplan and Clarence E. Hill team up for a story on the Cowboys' doomsday scenario.
Paul Domowitch of the Daily News delivers a brief but helpful look ahead at Sunday's game.
Eagles president Joe Banner is optimistic that the club will get a contract extension done with Andy Reid.
Les Bowen, the esteemed beat man for the Daily News, is picking the Eagles to win 27-10.
Ashley Fox of the Inquirer leads a discussion on Andy Reid's failure to win a ring.
Domowitch says that it will be one-and-done for Michael Vick in Philly.
Bob Brookover of the Inquirer says the Eagles have all their offensive weapons ready to go for Bucs.
The Giants' vice president of communications Pat Hanlon Tweets that Eli Manning will be "going for a test drive" today.
David Carr's ready to go if Manning's unable to go, according to Jenny Vrentas of the Star-Ledger.
Ohm Youngmisuk of the Daily News also has a story on Carr.
Tom Rock of Newsday says it will be a game-time decision for Manning.
Michael Wilbon of the Washington Post offers his take on the Skins' new offensive consultant, Sherman Lewis.
Mike Wise of the Post is also questioning the move that was apparently made by Vinny Cerrato.
Now for something completely different: Rick Maese of the Post has a story on how the Redskins' second-round receivers aren't exactly fitting in.
Jason Reid of the Redskins Insider blog is wondering what Sherman Lewis will think about Clinton Portis.
We will not be hearing from Skins defensive coordinator Greg Blache the rest of the season.
David Elfin of the Washington Times has an interesting story on DeAngelo Hall and Steve Smith's past.