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Are the Philadelphia Eagles Still a Good Team After Loss to Cowboys?

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The Dallas Cowboys were criticized for not beating a good team all season, as the records of the teams they had defeated were all below .500. However, this changed when they secured a 33-13 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in a nationally televised game on Sunday night in Arlington, Texas. The Eagles, who were considered a good team prior to December, are now 0-2 in the month and are playing their worst football.

Both the Eagles and the Cowboys are now 10-3, with the San Francisco 49ers also sharing the same record. The Eagles’ two-game lead to be the top seed in the NFC playoffs has diminished after their two-game losing streak to the 49ers and the Cowboys. The team’s quarterback, Jalen Hurts, has experienced a concerning number of turnovers this season, including five lost fumbles and 10 interceptions.

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During the game against the Cowboys, the Philadelphia Eagles committed three more turnovers, bringing their turnover ratio to minus-4. The Cowboys, on the other hand, are now plus-10 after taking the ball away from the Eagles three times. Additionally, the Eagles’ defense faced a penalty of 10 penalties for 95 yards in a crucial NFC East game.

Philadelphia Eagles Darius Slay after being called for pass interference vs. the Dallas Cowboys.USA Today

The Eagles’ defense showed some improvement in the second half, with Fletcher Cox making a strip-sack that rookie Jalen Carter turned into a touchdown. However, Brandon Aubrey also made a 59-yard field goal that contributed to the Cowboys’ 27-13 lead. The Eagles now face upcoming games that were initially seen as easier matchups but now appear more challenging.


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Throughout recent games, the Philadelphia Eagles’ defense has appeared exhausted, having been on the field for lengthy periods due to the offense’s inability to maintain possession. The Seahawks will be the Eagles’ next challenge, a team they haven’t defeated since 2008. The Eagles haven’t experienced this level of adversity under head coach Nick Sirianni since the start of the season, but they will need to perform well in their final four games to qualify for the playoffs.

This is the Philadelphia Eagle’s second NFL loss in a row after being defeated by the 49ers last week. The NFL race has tightened up after the birds took the L. The Philadelphia Eagles 49ers game was ugly but this one stung.

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