Let's take a quick look at what folks from Philly and Washington are saying about the Eagles' 27-24 win:
Phil Sheridan from the Inquirer thinks a couple of fourth-quarter comebacks could serve the Eagles well in January.
John Gonzalez of the Inquirer says the Eagles can't depend on Lady Luck forever.
Daily News columnist Rich Hofmann says that beating a bad team is better than the alternative.
Bob Ford of the Inquirer praises rookies LeSean McCoy and Jeremy Maclin.
Paul Domowitch from the Daily News says the defense stepped up when it had to.
Ryan O'Halloran does a nice job on his Monday Morning Quarterback in the Washington Times.
Mike Wise of the Post wonders how far the standards have fallen for these Redskins.
Thomas Boswell writes about Skins quarterback Jason Campbell.
Campbell said everything "blacked out" for him when Juqua Parker body-slammed him late in the fourth quarter.
Dan Daly, columnist for the Times, says that simply having a pulse isn't enough for the Skins.