Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
Each morning during the football season I fully intend to provide headlines from around the country. This is one of those special mornings. The "Giants and Redskins" edition will appear later today.
Tom Orsborn of the San Antonio Express-News has an interesting take on the Cowboys' red zone offense.
Charean Williams has some helpful information on the Falcons.
The Dallas Morning News' Jacques Taylor says Jerry Jones' acquisition of Roy Williams was the worst trade he's ever done.
Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com argues the Cowboys should limit Marion Barber's touches to make him more effective.
In case you missed it, here's Randy Galloway's column on how the Cowboys have ignored wide receivers in the draft for years.
David Moore of the Dallas Morning News has a story on the Cowboys' red zone woes.
The DMN's Todd Archer has an interesting blog entry on Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan.
Paul Domowitch of the Philadelphia Daily News says the Eagles are coming off their worst third-down offense day since Oct. 28, 2001
Here's Bob Brookover's report on the Eagles' trade for Rams linebacker Will Witherspoon.
Reuben Frank of the Burlington County Times also has a report on Witherspoon. Reuben has a brand new book out on the 50 greatest plays in Eagles history. Fortunately, Sunday's loss to the Raiders won't force him to update the book.
The talented Ashley Fox from the Inquirer says the Eagles are catching the Skins at the right time.
Breaking News: The McNabbs are expecting their fourth child.