They need to clean up the defense, but it's not broken. So I'm not overly concerned, but I'm watching closely. I don't think they'll give up 400-plus passing yards every week, although this defense is not as effective as it was earlier this season. The midseason stretch against struggling quarterbacks might have created an unrealistic standard for the defense. It's built around the defensive line, which must get more pressure. That's harder to do against a quick passing game. More of a concern is the coverage, with the cornerbacks playing closer to the way they were expected entering the season than the way they did through much of the first three months. I think they need to focus on what they did best earlier in the season — play off-coverage, keep the receivers in front of them, tackle, and get off the field on third down. That needs to be the emphasis. It was a good recipe because it forced teams to try to beat them with long drives. The Giants went 10 of 18 on third down on Sunday, and penalties didn't help. It's OK to give up yards, and the Eagles will do that in the playoffs against good quarterbacks. But they need to get off the field on third down, and they can't allow big plays.