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Rapid Reaction: Redskins 31, Eagles 6

Rapid Reaction: Redskins 31, Eagles 6

ESPN.com Updated Nov 18, 2012
LANDOVER, Md. -- A few thoughts on the Washington Redskins' fairly easy victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday at FedEx Field. What it means: The Redskins move within two games of the division-leading Giants, and at 4-6, they are not, technicall…
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  • Top 10 NFL Quarterbacks to Date: Where Eli Manning fits in

    Top 10 NFL Quarterbacks to Date: Where Eli Manning fits in

    giantsfootballblog.com Nov 18, 2012
    Every week we debate whether quarters are elite or not. We say “these are the top 5 guys,” referring to Peyton Manning and Tom Brady and Drew Brees, and we forget about an Aaron Rogers or an Eli Manning, and then we fret when someone doesn’t mention
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  • NFC East Blog: Boys, Skins Should Prevail

    NFC East Blog: Boys, Skins Should Prevail

    giantsfootballblog.com Nov 18, 2012
    from Jimmy Kempski of Blogging the bEast….. Browns at Cowboys: The Cowboys have three consecutive home games against bad teams (Browns, Redskins, Eagles).  This is an absolute golden opportunity for them to make a serious run at the Giants for the div
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Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Luck, Colts get an up-close lesson about what it takes to be el…

    Nov 18
    FOXBORO, Mass. -- By late Sunday night there was still no word yet on whether Andrew Luck's mother (or perhaps his father in this case) told him there'd be days like this. But no matter. By the time this one was over, it was well understood that a messa…
  • Don Banks: NFC East again a mess you can't take your eyes off of; more Sna…

    Nov 18
    FOXBORO, Mass. -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a wild, overtime-drenched Week 11 in the NFL...
  • John Clayton's Last Call

    Nov 18
    NFL fans were treated to a pre-Thanksgiving feast of close games, wild finishes and crazy offensive efforts, writes John Clayton.