Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
Our four teams are taking the day off , but the Beast never sleeps. Here's the latest news from around the NFC East. We'll have a Giants and Redskins edition later this afternoon:
Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com has an interesting story on how coach Wade Phillips defended his precious schemes Monday.
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com says that Patrick Crayton's on the verge of losing two jobs this week.
You have to like linebacker Keith Brooking's attitude after the narrow escape in Kansas City.
Dallas Morning News columnist and "Around the Horn" favorite Tim Cowlishaw offers a retrospective on the Herschel Walker trade -- 20 years later.
Todd Archer of the DMN says the Cowboys are in search of an identity. Aren't we all, Todd?
Paul Domowitch offers one more look back at the Bucs-Eagles game. He says that Donovan McNabb played "practically a perfect game."
Sheil Kapadi of the Moving the Chains blog offers his player-by-player breakdown.
Bob Brookover of the Inquirer says the Eagles are turning into a balanced team.
Will Andy Reid figure out what to do with all these weapons? That's what Les Bowen of the Daily News wants to know.
Interesting nugget at the end of this Leonard Weaver story about how fullbacks around the league are a tight-knit group. I thought that was just kickers and punters.
Ashley Fox of the Inquirer talks to Bucs cornerback Ronde Barber about how the Giants compare to the Eagles.