Andy Reid has spent all season trying to decide if Kevin Kolb or Michael Vick will be the Eagles' starting quarterback. In Washington, Mike Shanahan doesn't seem to think Donovan McNabb can run the two-minute offense. By the way, McNabb has under-performed this year, his first as a Redskin: Eight games, seven touchdowns, eight interceptions. And how 'bout them Cowboys? Tony Romo is done for the year and he wasn't all that great when he was in there anyway. Right now the Cowboys' season (I know, their season is over) is in the hands of Jon Kitna. Enough said.
And then there's Eli Manning, arguably the best quarterback in the NFC East even when Romo, McNabb, Kolb, and Vick are at their best. Manning has thrown 14 touchdown passes against 11 interceptions. He's thrown for 1,785 yards and has a quarterback rating of 88.3. At this point, the numbers aren't as good as last year. But they've been good enough. Certainly better than anyone else under center in the NFC East.