Let's take a quick spin around the division this morning and see if there are any overreactions to Sunday's games:
Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com says that Leonard Davis is in danger of losing his starting job.
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com goes through the laundry list of problems for the Cowboys.
Did Chris Johnson pose on the Cowboys' star? David Moore of the Dallas Morning News says the Titans running back ran to midfield and posed on the star like Terrell Owens once did when he played for the 49ers. I only saw Johnson pose in the end zone Sunday.
Jean-Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News says "bad teams" find creative ways to lose.
Moore says the Cowboys didn't have any answers after the game.
Jen Floyd-Engel of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram says two players told her they were tired of seeing Tony Romo get a free pass.
Bob Ford of the Inquirer says he has more questions about the Eagles than he had going into Sunday night's game.
That was a big win for Kevin Kolb, writes Ashley Fox of the Inquirer.
Rich Hofmann of the Daily News has an excellent column on Kolb.
In case you missed it, LeSean McCoy's becoming a big-time player for the Eagles.
Jason Peters strained his knee and Brodrick Bunkley hyperextended his elbow, according to the Inquirer's Jonathan Tamari.
Tim Smith of the Daily News thinks New York looks like a playoff team.
Ohm Youngmisuk said that Matt Dodge's demotion as the holder might have helped his punting.
Mike Garafolo of the Star-Ledger says the Giants ended the game with a Will Smith-inspired sideline dance.
The Giants are trying to regain their "Road Warrior" status, according to the Daily News' Ralph Vacchinao, longtime Beast enthusiast.
Mike Wise of the Post says Mike Shanahan is pulling off a "smoke and mirrors" job to pull out these wins.
Thomas Boswell writes about how LaRon Landry and Anthony Armstrong are coming up big for this team.
Dan Steinberg's "Best and Worst" column following Skins games is one of the best things going.