Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
Let's take a quick look at what's going on around the NFC East this morning.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh called Cowboys owner Jerry Jones this past Saturday to apologize for comments he made in the book by Reuben Frank and Mark Eckel, "The Greatest Plays in Philadelphia Eagles Football History."
Jean-Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News makes the statement that Eagles fans trust Andy Reid "implicitly." Does that sound right to you?
Bill Nichols, David Moore and the esteemed Todd Archer bring us some midseason vignettes.
Calvin Watkins' midseason report card has caused a firestorm of controversy in the metroplex.
Someone had to go and bring up December.
Jeff Caplan says the Packers are a desperate bunch.
DallasNews.com blogger Jacques Taylor says Tony Romo's looking like a star.
A 9-year-old boy from Wylie, Texas, took Jason Witten to school with him Tuesday. Here's the fun story from Todd Archer.
Bob Brookover of the Inquirer is handing out midseason grades. The Beast midseason report is scheduled to go live at noon ET.
Jeff McLane of the Inquirer unearths the fact that Andy Reid has been awful on challenges.
Les Bowen from the Daily News files his midseason extravaganza.
Ralph Vacchiano of the Daily News says it's time for Eli to start earning his money.
Paul Schwartz of the Post has a good story on how the Giants can no longer lean on that '07 season.
Mike Garafolo of the Star-Ledger has some questions as the Giants head into the bye week.
The Giants reportedly worked out 13 players Monday.
Did you know the Giants were one of the worst red zone teams in the league?
Even advertisers on Dan Snyder's radio station are taking shots at the Skins.
There will be some moves made at Redskins Park on Wednesday.
Jason Reid of the Post cites a source in saying that Clinton Portis was not in great condition when he showed up at training camp. Pretty interesting blog entry.
How in the world does Jason Campbell stay this upbeat?
"What should Redskins fans be rooting for right now?" asks Thom Loverro of the Washington Times.