Let's take a quick look at some of the top storylines from around the division this morning:
Tim Cowlishaw of the Dallas Morning News says the Cowboys' win in New Orleans has changed the playoff conversation.
Gil LeBreton of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram says this is no time to start celebrating wins in December.
Jacques Taylor says that Miles Austin is doing more than filling T.O.'s shoes.
David Moore of the Dallas Morning News says the Cowboys expect the Redskins to actually show up Sunday night.
Here's the skinny on new kicker Shaun Suisham.
Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com writes that Wade Phillips is giving his players Christmas off. And by the way, Hall of Famer Michael Irvin said on his 103.3 ESPN Dallas-Fort Worth show Tuesday that players should be practicing on Christmas Day.
Brian Dawkins has brought his unique mix of faith and ferocity to the Broncos' locker room.
Rich Hofmann of the Daily News talks about how Dawkins should still be with the Eagles.
Reuben Frank says Donovan McNabb was critical of his own performance.
Winston Justice writes a weekly column for the Daily News. This one's about Christmas.
Ralph Vacchiano says the Giants' late-season win over the Redskins sparked some good memories for the Giants.
Flip Bondy of the Daily News has given up on trying to predict where the Giants are headed.
Paul Schwartz of the Post says the Giants need to beat the Panthers to keep their playoff hopes alive.
The Giants have signed Scott Chandler off the Cowboys' practice squad, according to Mike Garafolo.
Thom Loverro of the Times says that Monday's debacle at FedEx sealed Jim Zorn's fate.
Clinton Portis said that hiring Mike Shanahan would be "a great direction to go in."
Andre Carter will play with a torn biceps muscle, according to the Times.
Jim Zorn is trying to block out all the distractions, such as coaches on his own staff reportedly being interviewed.