Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
Todd Archer of the Dallas Morning News loved what he saw from Tony Romo on Sunday.
Calvin Watkins of the DMN discusses the Cowboys' injury issues.
Jean-Jacques Taylor is sticking to his guns after saying that T.O. needed to play a lesser role in the offense.
Randy Galloway of the Star-Telegram and 103.3 ESPN FM writes that Jason Garrett's system seemed to work just fine for T.O. on Sunday.
The Cowboys' mascot Rowdy was banished from the sideline Sunday.
Tim Cowlishaw of the Dallas Morning News and ESPN's "Around the Horn" focuses on the Cowboys' defense.
Steve Patton has more on the McNabb benching in the Reading Eagle.
Since we've already linked to most of the McNabb columns, let's take a look a look at what 700 Level is saying.
Mike Ditka doesn't think Donovan McNabb is to blame for Philadelphia's problems this season.
Ralph Vacchiano talks about how the Giants found yet another way to win.
Tim Smith of the Daily News said the Giants didn't flinch when they lost Brandon Jacobs.
Mike Vaccaro of the Post doesn't think anyone can stop the Giants.
Richard Obert talks about how Domenik Hixon wasn't given much notice that he'd be returning kickoffs. Certainly didn't seem to matter.
Bob Glauber of Newsday fame took the Eli Manning angle.
Barry Svrluga of the Washington Post talks about how Clinton Portis took it to the Seahawks.
Les Carpenter talks about Shawn Springs making the game-clinching interception against his former team.
Ryan O'Halloran of the Washington Times has more on Springs' interception and how it bailed out Ladell Betts.
Mike Wise of the Post talks about the Holmgren-Zorn relationship.
Dan Daly of the Washington Times talks about the spark in the Redskins' offense.
Sean Taylor's vehicles are being auctioned off, according to Dan Steinberg.