Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
Each Monday during the season we bring you reaction from across the country regarding the Beast games. Today, our friends in the New York market are particularly concerned about the Giants' two-game losing streak. Continue reading for further enlightenment:
Randy Galloway of the Star-Telegram praises the work of the Cowboys' No. 1 wide receiver -- Miles Austin.
Todd Archer of DallasNews.com talks about how Tony Romo has learned to let his instincts take over while protecting the ball.
Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com says Romo's playing at a "superstar level."
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com credits the defense for a dominating performance.
Drew Davidson of the Star-Telegram describes the play Romo made at the end of the first half.
Cowboys beat man for the Dallas Morning News, Gerry Fraley, continues his series on Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez.
Kevin Sherrington of the DMN took the Austin angle.
Bill Nichols of the DMN says the Cowboys' D beat up the Falcons at the line of scrimmage.
David Moore provides a nice game story.
Daily News columnist Gary Myers says the Giants' October is starting to remind him of Dec. '08.
Ralph Vacchiano of the Daily News reports that the Giants' streak of 38 straight games with the same O-line has ended.
Bob Glauber of Newsday says the Giants' defense cracked in the second half.
Vinny DiTrani of The Record said the boo birds were out early Sunday night in the Meadowlands.
Jenny Vrentas of the Star-Ledger found one positive in the Giants' loss to the Cardinals.
Tom Coughlin was in a forgiving mood when it came to Ahmad Bradshaw's late fumble.
I'm not sure why Eli Manning is getting off the hook in this game. I thought he'd be a huge part of the local coverage this morning.