Let's take a quick look at the main story lines from around the division:
Randy Galloway of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and ESPN 103.3 says it's time for the Cowboys offense to start over again. But stunningly, he finds no fault with offensive coordinator Jason Garrett abandoning the running game.
Jacques Taylor has a column on the Cowboys' potential starter at right tackle, Doug Free.
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com says the Cowboys could have some communication issues with Marc Colombo and Ken Hamlin out.
Wade Phillips wants an explanation from the league office on at least two calls from Sunday's game.
Clarence E. Hill Jr. explains the Cowboys' situation at right tackle.
Charean Williams talks about all the injuries that occurred in the Packers game.
One of the nation's premier NBA writers David Moore says the Cowboys can't let Sunday's game become a defining moment.
Bill Nichols of the Morning News has the latest word on all the injuries.
Excellent column by the Inquirer's Phil Sheridan this morning on the Brian Westbrook situation. Phil brings up the end of Wilbert Montgomery's brilliant career with the Eagles.
Sam Donnellon of the Daily News thinks it's time for Westbrook to walk away from the game.
Daily News beat man Les Bowen doesn't think it will be easy to replace Westbrook.
A poll on Philly.com says that Westbrook is the Eagles' best all-time RB.
The man who helped launch the Jerry Jones-John Harbaugh controversy, Reuben Frank, says the Eagles' defense is failing at critical times.
Ralph Vacchiano of the Daily News says the Giants gained ground by taking the weekend off.
Vinny DiTrani of the Bergen Record has more on this.
Paul Schwartz says this is a revitalized Giants team.
Jenny Vrentas says that Giants defensive end Justin Tuck's hoping to lose the shoulder harness at some point this season.
Zorn says that Clinton Portis will still be the starter when he returns from an injury, according to Ryan O'Halloran of the Washington Times.
Rick Maese of the Post has a similar report on Portis.
Tracee Hamilton thinks the Skins should't be so quick to return Ladell Betts to the sideline.
Joe Theismann wants to see more of Betts, according to Dan Steinberg.