The Dallas Cowboys continue to be the most valuable franchise in the NFL and one of the most valuable sports teams in the world. The latest numbers are out from Forbes, and Dallas' value increased by 14 percent in the last year, which has the latest estimate at a whopping $2.1 billion.
The only NFC East team outside of the top five, you've probably guessed by now, is Philadelphia. The Eagles rose eight percent to $1.3 billion, ranking seventh.
And that's just one reason why I call it the league's most popular division....
Here's what else is being talked about in the NFC East:
Rainer Sabin of the same newspaper had Jones telling him after the game that he'd never sell this team. $2.1 billion be damned.
New York Giants
From Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post: The replacement officials might have screwed the Giants with one particular non-call Wednesday night.
As Hank Gola of the New York Daily News points out, last night's huge performance was also a homecoming for Kevin Ogletree, who is a New York native.
Despite the fact their statuses are in the air, the Eagles are preparing as if they'll have to face Trent Richardson and Joe Haden Sunday, according to Chris McPherson of PhiladelphiaEagles.com.
CSN Philly's John Gonzalez writes that the Eagles know the onus is large in 2012.
From Mike Jones of the Washington Post: The Redskins have the personnel, but can they put it all together?