Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
The top stories in the NFC Beast are all right here:
Tony Romo hints that he and T.O. are about to reconnect. Romo has said that he picked up a few things while standing on the sideline for three games -- but he's not revealing what those things are at this point.
Roy Williams has never been a one-quarterback man.
Hide the women and children. Brad Johnson may be No. 2 again.
Don't call it a setback, says Wade Phillips, but Felix Jones may not play against the Redskins.
You can hear Bruce Springsteen's new song "Working on a Dream" at halftime Sunday.
Philadelphia Inquirer Eagles beat man Bob Brookover takes a look at the Eagles' running game. Brian Westbrook doesn't pull any punches by suggesting that Andy Reid hasn't made a commitment to the run. And he's right, by the way.
Chad Ocho Cinco says Donovan McNabb had a huge influence on him this past offseason. It was McNabb who called to tell him to put his team first and stop some of the sniping.
Steve Patton has another story on the Eagles' anemic running game. But for now, it looks like Dan Klecko will remain at fullback.
Ashley Fox is on a roll this week. Her column on Andy Reid's "meaningless" explanations apparently resonated with Eagles fans.
John Gonzalez discusses several important items in his latest installment of Gonzo.