Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
Let's take a look at what folks around the country are saying about the Eagles and Cowboys this morning.
David Moore of the Dallas Morning News says the Cowboys haven't forgotten the 44-6 loss to the Eagles.
Randy Galloway of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram thinks Patrick Crayton should start ahead of Roy Williams. I told Randy on Wednesday that I don't think it's an argument worth making because Jerry Jones would never let it happen.
Andy Reid doesn't see a lot of flaws in the Cowboys' secondary right now, according to Bill Nichols of the Dallas Morning News.
Charean Williams and Jeff Caplan teamed up to write a similar story on the Cowboys' improving secondary.
Clarence E. Hill of the Star-Telegram leads off his Cowboys story with a quote from President Obama.
Donovan McNabb has raised his leadership profile this season, according to Andy Reid.
Brian Westbrook is ready to go for Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Bob Brookover of the Inquirer explains what that means for the Eagles.
Reuben Frank talks about Tony Romo's struggles against the Eagles.
Bill Wolff thinks Philadelphians should show Donovan McNabb some love.
Ashley Fox, Bob Brookover and Jeff McLane debate the leadership skills of McNabb.