Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
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Quarterback Tony Romo will wear the pinkie splint for at least the next two games, according to Wade Phillips.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram's Mac Engel has more on Romo's song selection after Sunday's game.
Jean-Jacques Taylor says the Cowboys have to continue playing like a desperate team.
Jim Reeves talks about what the season-saving win over the Redskins means to the Cowboys.
Phillips would welcome Adam "Pacman" Jones back into the fold.
Ashley Fox writes that Donovan McNabb will remain the starter -- at least until the end of the season. And the one thing I disagree with her on is saying that Kevin Kolb wouldn't benefit from playing this season. I'm not saying he should start, but Kolb would absolutely benefit from the playing time.
Rich Hofmann talks about McNabb's "wet-chart" moment.
Larry O'Rourke has more on McNabb not knowing the rules.
So what does Andy Reid have against the run?
Per Mike Garafolo of the Star-Ledger, Brandon Jacobs' MRI didn't reveal any structural damage.
Ralph Vacchiano of the Daily News isn't sure Jacobs will play against the Cardinals.
This trip will bring back some great memories for the Giants.
Paul Schwartz talks about Eli Manning being a good "game manager."
Gary Myers thinks the Steelers are the biggest threat to the Giants this season.
Wallace Matthews says other teams missed the boat on Jacobs.
Linebacker Marcus Washington will be out indefinitely with a high ankle sprain.
Dan Steinberg has a nice take on the Redskins' passion for crossword puzzles.
Jim Zorn says you can't tread water on offense in this league.
Zorn has a trust issue with rookie Fred Davis.