One day after Brandon Graham threw former defensive coordinator Juan Castillo even further under the bus for the Philadelphia Eagles' "struggles" on defense, Dominique-Rodgers Cromartie has come to Castillo's defense.
"If you look at statistics we're still in the top," Rodgers-Cromartie said on Thursday, according to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer. "That was a decision that was made. I can't do nothing about it. But ain't see no problem."
DRC said it's about personal accountability.
"I feel like every man should be accountable for themself," he told the media. "In life, anytime things go wrong it's easy to say, 'Well, he did this and he did that,' instead of saying, 'I did this, I did that.'"
On to what else is being talked about in the league's most popular division.
ESPNDallas.com's Todd Archer writes about how the Cowboys can learn from the New York Giants.
From Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News: Ahmad Bradshaw hasn't practiced yet this week but he still plans on getting work in on Friday and suiting up against Dallas on Sunday.
From Jorge Castillo of the Newark Star-Ledger: Perry Fewell says Jason Pierre-Paul remains dominant despite a decline in sacks. Watching him play, it's hard to disagree.
From Rich Campbell and Stephen Whyno of the Washington Times: London Fletcher's status for Sunday doesn't look good. He missed Thursday's practice so he could "undergo extensive neurological testing to determine the cause of a balance problem."
Mike Jones of the Washington Post looks at Santana Moss' reduced yet effective role in the Redskins offense.