Let's take a quick look at the NFC East's biggest storylines this morning:
Todd Archer of the Dallas Morning News has been keeping a close eye on Tony Romo's leadership moments this season.
Matt Gelb of the Philly Inquirer talks about Romo's improvement this December.
Jerry Jones called Wade Phillips the "MVP" of the defense Wednesday.
David Moore writes that Roy Williams hasn't lost confidence in his ability.
ESPN's Ed Werder thinks Williams should've gotten the message a long time ago.
Esteemed NBA writer Jan Hubbard has more on the Williams saga.
Les Bowen from the Daily News takes a look at Nick Cole replacing Jamaal Jackson at center.
Max Jean-Gilles will fill in at right guard. Bowen has more on this development.
Sheldon Brown isn't taking his Pro Bowl snub personally, according to The Morning Call.
Bob Brookover of the Inquirer thinks Donovan McNabb has the big-game advantage.
Paul Domowitch of the Daily News has an early look ahead at Sunday's game.
Macho Harris has been fined $7,500 for the block he put on Broncos tight end Tony Scheffler.
Jason Peters didn't seem all that excited about his Pro Bowl bid.
Vinny DiTrani from the Bergen County Record has the latest on the Osi Umenyiora controversy.
Ralph Vacchiano of the Daily News also chimes in on the Umenyiora saga.
Brandon Jacobs is done for the season because of a knee injury.
DiTrani thinks the Giants need big changes on defense.
Stephon Heyer has shown a lot of toughness this season, according to the Times' David Elfin.
Jason Campbell is preparing for an uncertain future, Rick Maese of the Post writes.
Jim Zorn thinks Campbell could excel in the right situation.
The Redskins could have their 12th starting offensive lineman of the season against the Chargers.
Very interesting conference call with former Redskins coach Norv Turner on Wednesday. Dan Steinberg has the transcript.