Let's take a quick look at the top stories from around the division:
Would beating a 6-5 Giants team in December be a "signature" win for Tony Romo? Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News thinks so.
Todd Archer of the Dallas Morning News says that Wade Phillips isn't worried about Nick Folk.
DeMarcus Ware doesn't have a sack in 109 pass plays by NFC East opponents this season, according to Gerry Fraley of DallasNews.com.
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com has a nice story on Miles Austin returning to New Jersey as The Man.
At least one Philly columnist thinks that Donovan McNabb will end up in the Hall of Fame.
Reuben Frank has the latest on Brian Westbrook's concussion.
Mike Sielski says that Michael Vick's homecoming isn't a big deal since he's not a large part of the Eagles' offense.
Ashley Fox of the Inquirer says the Eagles were simply following their normal game plan when they signed Brent Celek to an extension.
Ralph Vacchiano of the Daily News says the Giants will have a tough time replacing Antonio Pierce's leadership.
Vinny DiTrani from The Record says that Jonathan Goff could become Antonio Pierce's replacement.
Paul Schwartz is already trying to hire Bill Sheridan's replacement at defensive coordinator.
The Giants will be without running backs Ahmad Bradshaw (ankle) and DJ Ware (concussion) in practice today. Safety Michael Johnson (groin) will also be out.
Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post talks about the Skins' "popularity" across the nation.
Ryan O'Halloran reports that Clinton Portis would like to give it a shot again this season.
Chris Cooley discusses his uncertain future.