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The Linc - Is Jason Peters the Eagles MVP?

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News & notes from around the web for October 24th

Rob Carr

Mcall.com: Eagles Insiders : Film breakdown: How much Birds miss Jason Peters
In 2011, the Indianapolis Colts started their season 0-13, without Peyton Manning. With Manning at QB during the prior three seasons, the Colts racked up a 36-12 regular season record. And so, there were many people that felt that Peyton Manning deserved MVP consideration in 2011, despite not playing a single down. For the record, I'm not on board with that line of thinking, however, I think a similar argument could be made that Jason Peters is the Eagles' MVP.

Westbrook's Take: Watkins 'guessing' at RG
Danny Watkins is catching heat for his poor play at right guard. Brian Westbrook tells you why the second-year pro is struggling.

Will O-Line Switch Help? Backup Added
So, despite what we were led to believe after the Monday practice, King Dunlap is back in at left tackle for the Eagles and Demetress Bell is out. If Bell is to be measured by the Oct. 14 performance against the Lions, this is good news -- Dunlap can't possibly do worse than that. But as we've said before in this space, Dunlap has been around here since 2008, the rookie season he spent on IR. He's served three seasons on the active roster before this one, without ever earning more than a brief stint as a starter. There are good reasons for this.

Falcons can prove if they're legit against Eagles
The Falcons are the only undefeated team left in the NFL, but their schedule thus far hasn't featured a winning team. So how good are they?

Dallas Cowboys' Sean Lee Could Be Out For Season - Blogging The Boys
The Dallas Cowboys were dealt a serious blow with news that the injury to Sean Lee's toe might require season-ending surgery.

Eagles’ Jeremy Maclin Helps Some Philadelphia Students Learn Financial Skills " CBS Philly
The Eagles' wideout played coach to a team of Benjamin Franklin High School students engrossed in "Financial Football," a Madden-style video game in which teams have to answer financial questions in order to move the ball downfield.