Updating previously: The Eagles, given the chance to control their playoff destiny by San Diego's victory at Tampa, came out misfiring.
Little mistakes, on a gray, wind-blown late afternoon at FedEx Field, doomed the first three Eagles drives --- a Greg Lewis penalty here, a Donovan Mc Nabb decision to try to flip a pass to Dan Klecko rather than run there, a really egregious L.J. Smith drop somewhere else.
In the meantime, the stands were dead and the Redskins weren't up to anything special. They missed a 54-yard field goal, but they were protecting quarterback Jason Campbell pretty well, and as we were typing this they put together a painful-to-watch 16-play, 72-yard drive for a 33-yard Shuan Suisham field goal. Suisham got to kick the ball because Quintin Mikell dropped the same interception twice.
Earlier: Eagles left guard Todd Herremans is active and apparently will start today. Herremans injured a shoulder in last Monday's victory over the Browns and then he sprained an ankle in Thursday's practice, causing Eagles coach Andy Reid to list Herremans as "questionable" for today.