We do it every week. Let's take a look at what the ESPN experts predicted for Sunday's two games involving NFC East teams:
Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys: What, no one has any faith in the Rex Grossman era in Washington? All eight experts picked the Dallas Cowboys to win this game. Perhaps they don't see the Redskins rallying around Mike Shanahan's latest baffling decision.
Mosley's pick: Cowboys 38, Redskins 14. I had a little closer margin until news broke of Grossman's start. This has the makings of a disaster for the Redskins. The players in this organization ride with McNabb. This team will fold at the first sign of trouble at Cowboys Stadium.
Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants: Eric Allen (of course), Adam Schefter and Seth Wickersham are the only humans on the panel who selected the Eagles. That surprises me with the way Michael Vick's played this season.
Mosley's pick: Eagles 27, Giants 24. I think it's going to be a great game. But the Eagles simply have too many weapons on offense for the Giants to contain. Young Jamar Chaney will establish himself with an early takeaway for the Eagles.