Let's take a quick look at what folks around the country are saying about the Cowboys, Eagles and Redskins following Sunday's games:
Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com talks about why the Cowboys' defense gave up so many big plays in a 30-27 loss to the Eagles.
Tim Cowlishaw of the Dallas Morning News wonders if Jason Garrett will be held to the same standard as Wade Phillips when it comes to "close-but-no-cigar" moments.
Randy Galloway of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram says this defense reminded him of the "Bad Wade" days. And he thinks Tashard Choice should be fined $25,000 for getting Michael Vick's autograph following the game.
Eagles rookie defensive end Brandon Graham tore his ACL and will miss the rest of the season.
Rich Hofmann of the Daily News does a really good job of explaining why Andy Reid may be showing so much emotion these days.
Phil Sheridan from the Inquirer, an avid Beast enthusiast if there ever was one, says that DeSean Jackson's worth the trouble.
Jon Tamari, a former political beat writer for the Inquirer, takes a look back at Jackson's brilliant performance.
Paul Domowitch of the Daily News can always take you beyond the numbers.
Ashley Fox of the Inquirer thinks the Eagles should do more to protect Michael Vick from his weekly punishment.
Bob Ford from the Inquirer puts this win in perspective in terms of the playoffs. He wasn't all that impressed by how the Eagles had to win this game.
Mike Wise of the Post says that Hunter the Holder is the latest scapegoat in Redskins lore.
Tom Boswell uses the botched hold as a launching pad for his weekly prose. He thinks that moment was symbolic of the Dan Snyder era.
Mike Shanahan said that Skins defensive end Brian Orakpo was "mugged" on the Bucs' game-winning touchdown pass, writes Jason Reid of the Post.
Ryan O'Halloran of csnwashington.com talked to Graham Gano about what happened on his missed field goals.