NFC East Notes: RG3, Moss practice for 'Skins
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In what has become a common trend, the Eagles' ground game wasn't fully utilized again on Sunday (see story)
It was the opposite scenario on the other side of the ball as the Eagles struggled to slow down Felix Jones over the course of the game (see story)
Here is more news from around the NFC East:RG3 and Moss both practice
After suffering injuries in the Week 9 game against the Panthers, both Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III and wide receiver Santana Moss practiced on Monday, according to CSNWashington
's Tarik El-Bashir.
Griffin had taken a hard shot from Panthers safety Haruki Nakamura in the second quarter of the game. Moss suffered a concussion in the fourth quarter of the game.
The Redskins had a bye in Week 10, giving them an extra week to heal up and prepare before their meeting with the Eagles this Sunday.Murray still unsure for Sunday
According to the Dallas Morning News
, Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is still unsure if he will be able to play on Sunday against the Browns.
"We'll see," Murray said. "I don't know. We'll see how it goes."
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said, "He's certainly making progress and we'll see how he does. He was out there on the field last week as you guys know, moving around. We'll see how he is the next couple of days. Hopefully he'll do something on Wednesday."
Murray has missed the last four games because of a sprained left foot.Simms brings back Eli-te talk
After the long debate surfaced before the 2011 season about whether or not Giants quarterback Eli Manning was "elite," former Giants quarterback Phil Simms has brought it back up, according to NJ.com
"No, he is not one of the elites," Simms said. "There are very few quarterbacks in that category."
Manning has struggled over his last four games, throwing four interceptions and no touchdowns. The Giants have a bye in Week 11.