Bob Costas interviewed New York quarterback Eli Manning and Philadelphia head coach Andy Reid.
(on Michael Vick)
Andy Reid: I was so happy for him. He's gone about it the right way. For him to have the success he had against Atlanta was tremendous ... I like the kid, he's a great kid ... For him to do well, that's great."
Cris Collinsworth: Vick has proven that he's a good team player. We're starting to see the Mike Vick now that can run and make plays the way that he did before he went off for his prison term. That part is going to start to catch the eyes of coaches.
(on how quickly teams' circumstances can change)
Eli Manning: That's the way this league works. I learned it from my dad (Archie). I learned it from Peyton. You never take a win lightly. It is hard to win a game in this league. Each one you should cherish and remember because they're tough. We fell into that trap last year. We won games and we won easily. You can almost start to relax. You're having fun. You're making it seem easy and all of a sudden it can turn on you.
Eli Manning: He's a great big brother.
(on Nebraska Cornhuskers' defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh)
Peter King: This is the most desirable defensive player to come out of college football in this decade.
Tiki Barber reports on the San Diego Chargers vs. Dallas Cowboys game from Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.