Let's take a look at what folks are saying about the Eagles' loss and the Redskins' win this morning. We've scoured the Internet for the most intense reaction to these two outcomes:
Titans 37, Eagles 19
Ashley Fox of the Inquirer describes an awkward locker-room scene featuring Michael Vick and Kevin Kolb.
Les Bowen of the Daily News focuses on Vick's postgame comments and his strange penalty.
Paul Domowitch of the Daily News does a nice job of describing the fateful fumble in the third quarter that set the table for a Titans comeback.
Rich Hofmann from the Daily News says this is the type of game the Eagles always seem to lose.
Domowitch of the Daily News gave the Eagles an overall grade of "D."
Jeff McLane of the Inquirer tries to explain what happened to Eagles DBs Ellis Hobbs and Nate Allen against the Titans' Kenny Britt.
The Inquirer's Jonathan Tamari talks about the Eagles' missed opportunities.
With the Phillies out of the postseason, Phil Sheridan and Bob Ford will return to their posts for the Colts game.
Redskins 17, Bears 14
Albert Haynesworth had the best game of his Skins career, writes the Post's Mike Wise.
Tracee Hamilton of the Post says this game was hard to watch from an aesthetic standpoint.
Dan Steinberg has his "Best, Worst" column that's always entertaining.
The Skins have to learn how to put teams away, writes the Post's Rick Maese.
Matt Terl of Redskins Blog fame has a cool story about Phillip Daniels' weekend.
Ryan O'Halloran of CSNwashington.com does a nice job breaking down Haynesworth's performance.