Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
I'm about to catch a train to Washington for tonight's Redskins-Steelers game, but before we part ways, here's a look at what folks around the nation are saying about the Cowboys, Giants and Eagles:
Jean-Jacques Taylor, who joined the Beast for breakfast this morning, says no one could've predicted the Cowboys would be this bad.
Randy Galloway of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram says Cowboys should think twice about wishing on Tony Romo's star.
Dallas Morning News NBA guru David Moore wrote about the Giants stopping Marion Barber.
Kevin Sherrington of the DMN says Jerry Jones is paying for his neglect of the quarterback position.
Charean Williams says no one has missed Tony Romo as much as the Cowboys receivers.
Gil LeBreton isn't sure happier days are ahead for the Cowboys.
After having his chair stolen in the press box, Tommy Curran still belted out a nice column on nbcsports.com.
Jason Cole of Yahoo talks about Jerry Jones' plan for the remainder of the season.
The Eagles didn't waste any time gloating over Sunday's win. Giants week has officially begun.
Here's a nice little summary of Sunday's game on the Eagletarian.
Rich Hofmann, welcome back to the NFL. We missed ya.
Paul Domowitch gives reserve tight end Brent Celek his due. His performance was a great sign for this offense. Best regular-season day for a tight end in club history? Wow!
Myers, I could hear you giggling on my end of the press box while writing that kicker sentence.
Hank Gola of the Daily News handles the Cowboys burial.
Ralph Vacchiano says the Giants refused to kick the Cowboys while they were down.
Steve Serby's 25-minute campout at Justin Tuck's locker paid off with a nice quote.
News flash: Bob Glauber says the Cowboys' season is on the brink.