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Posted at 09:11 AM ET, 10/19/2006

What You Need to Know

Please read this morning's links, including Dr. Z's description of the MNF crew as "Moe, Larry and Curly," while listening to the ballad of Joe Theismann.

Brunell gives a non-answer on his job status but says Sunday is a must-win. An NFL source says the Skins have many plays but no offense. The Skins will apparently start Sunday without both starting corners, although a blogger isn't convinced Rogers will be missed. Rick Snider says Joe Gibbs will never win without a GM. Mike Sellers says guys need to decide if they're in it for money or passion. Emulating his new owner, Troy Vincent buys happiness (and his old uniform number). A Howard grad and sixth round pick is a surprise starter for the Colts, who have averaged more than 30 ppg in their last four games after byes. Jim Fassel will get paid $1 million a year for doing nothing.

N.C. State QB is living the dream and ready to start against Maryland, despite a concussion. ESPN is stuck with Virginia-UNC tonight, combined records 3-10, while parking will be limited by Disney on Ice, which might be more interesting. Sean Glennon admits he reads the criticism in newspapers and on Facebook, and yet another Hokie is kicked off the team.

Gil and his teammates discuss whether he is, in fact, quirky; Kris Beech scores for the first time as a Cap in home rout; and Songaila's return for the Wizards remains uncertain. The Nats still want to talk to three coaching candidates whose teams are alive, Christian Gomez is a finalist for MLS MVP, there's still no stadium parking plan for the Nats, fans can now spend forever in MLB-licensed urns (but not for the Nats), and Bob Schieffer gets all existential about traffic, college admissions and the Tigers.

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