Let's take a quick look at the top storylines from around the NFC East. I realize that you're perfectly capable of finding these stories on your own, but allow me to save you a little time.
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com thinks that Wade Phillips has earned the right to coach another season.
It's a done deal that Phillips is coming back in 2010, according to The Dallas Morning News. A source also confirmed that nightfall will arrive at approximately 6:10 p.m. local time.
The man who once spent countless hours explaining the salary cap to me, Todd Archer of the DMN, has a helpful guide to the offseason.
Jacques Taylor says it's high time the Cowboys made Felix Jones the starter.
A man who covered the Cowboys of the early '90s, Tim Cowlishaw, says this current group won't be able to pull off any miracles this offseason.
Did you hear that Brett Favre performed "Pants on the Ground" following Sunday's win? Good thing Keith Brooking wasn't around.
Jen Engel of the Star-Telegram pays tribute to Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.
A radio icon in Philly has reported that Brian Westbrook's career is in jeopardy because of a left knee injury.
Bob Ford says Eagles fans should hold off on saying their goodbyes to Donovan McNabb. Bob also digs up some numbers that illustrate how tough it is for a first-year starter to lead a team to the Super Bowl. Ford's research staff is second to none.
Rich Hofmann, the esteemed columnist for the Daily News, says the Eagles need to start at the back end of their defense while making changes.
Philly native and Inquirer columnist John Gonzalez has a funny column on Eagles fans.
Is there any way for a Giants fan to root for the Jets?
In case you missed it, Gary Myers of the Daily News said that Tom Coughlin is one more bad season away from getting canned.
Left tackle David Diehl and right guard Chris Snee will join Shaun O'Hara at the Pro Bowl, according to Ralph Vacchiano.
Perry Fewell's former players are saying some nice things about him, writes the Post's Paul Schwartz.