Wednesday Morning Beastlines
October, 20, 2010
By Matt Mosley | ESPN.com
Let's take a quick peek at today's most compelling storylines around the division:
- Jerry Jones is in denial about the Cowboys' 1-4 start, writes Richard Durrett of ESPNDallas.com.
- Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News says that Jones' disregard for special teams has haunted this team.
- Todd Archer and David Moore of the Dallas Morning News debate the league's new approach to helmet-to-helmet collisions.
- Bob Sturm does a really nice job breaking down Jason Garrett's game plan in this entry.
- Jan Hubbard of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram breaks down the Cowboys' next opponent.
- Jeff McLane of the Inquirer discusses Andy Reid's offensive "genius."
- Starting right tackle Winston Justice writes his weekly column on the hit that knocked DeSean Jackson out of Sunday's game.
- Les Bowen from the Daily News says that day of "reckoning" is coming regarding this QB decision.
- Ralph Vacchiano of the Daily News defends Eli Manning, who was voted by anonymous peers as the fifth most overrated player in the league.
- Mike Garafolo and Zach Berman of the Star-Ledger say that players aren't on the same page when it comes to dangerous hits.
- Giants safety Antrel Rolle isn't pleased with the new policy. He predicts "tentative" football.