Let's look at some of the top storylines heading into tomorrow's game at the Linc:
Eagles middle linebacker Jeremiah Trotter is questionable for Sunday's game with some knee inflammation. He woke up Thanksgiving night with a pain that shot down his leg.
Paul Domowitch of the Daily News says the Eagles have to keep the pressure on Jason Campbell -- just like they did last time.
Shawn Andrews is getting a second opinion from a back specialist in Dallas. I'm sure it's Dr. Drew Dossett, who's also a Cowboys team doctor.
Here's a column Phil Sheridan wrote about Donovan McNabb on Thanksgiving.
For the latest Eagles injury news, let's turn to the Birds' Eye View.
Nice story by David Elfin of the Washington Times on Eagles defensive tackle Antonio Dixon, who bounced between foster homes and homeless shelters as a youth.
Thom Loverro says that Dan Snyder has the chance to "change the culture" at Redskins Park.
DeAngelo Hall will not play Sunday against the Eagles. He'll be replaced by Carlos Rogers.
Sally Jenkins has an excellent column that discusses how Jason Campbell has been better than Mark Sanchez and Jay Cutler, the two quarterbacks that Dan Snyder pursued in the offseason.
Dan Steinberg has an interesting story on Sean and Tim McDermott.
Jason Reid has more on DeAngelo Hall missing this game. Albert Haynesworth is doubtful with that ankle injury.