We do it every Friday in the 7 p.m. ET hour on the Beast blog. We take a look at what the ESPN experts have predicted for this Sunday's games involving NFC East teams and provide our own picks. Let's get right to it:
Detroit Lions at Dallas Cowboys: In one week, Cowboys interim head coach Jason Garrett has changed the perception of this team. I figured Chris Mortensen might take the Lions to be a different, but he's apparently buying into the Garrett era. All eight experts and even my esteemed colleague Accuscore took the Cowboys.
Mosley's pick: Cowboys 27, Lions 17: Lions quarterback Shaun Hill can't throw the ball downfield and I don't think Jahvid Best will find much running room. The Lions have had some heartbreaking losses this season, but I think they'll be out of this game by the third quarter.
New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles: Mark Schlereth, Adam Schefter and Seth Wickersham teamed up to vote for the Giants. Five of the experts picked the Eagles.
Mosley's pick: Giants 24, Eagles 21: For some reason I think Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell will come up with a good plan against Eagles quarterback Michael Vick. He will throw his first interception in four years in this game. Mark it down. I just can't see Tom Coughlin losing two in a row right now. Call it a hunch.
Washington Redskins at Tennessee Titans: I can't believe all eight experts have bailed on Mike Shanahan and the Skins. Even Schefter has turned his back on this organization after that Monday nigh meltdown against Vick and the Eagles. You'll never believe who I'm picking in this game, so read on...
Mosley's pick: Redskins 28, Titans 24: I promise this isn't schtick. This Titans team is starting to tank and I think the Skins will show some pride after their embarrassing performance against the Eagles. Seriously.