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Cowboys’ Dominant Win Over Eagles Alters NFC Playoff Landscape

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Cowboys’ Dominant Win Over Eagles Alters NFC Playoff Landscape

ARLINGTON, Texas – In a pivotal Sunday Night Football showdown, the Dallas Cowboys asserted their dominance with a resounding 30-13 victory over arch-rivals, the Philadelphia Eagles. Led by quarterback Dak Prescott, the Cowboys showcased defensive prowess and offensive resilience, securing their fifth consecutive win and a double-digit win streak for the third consecutive year.

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Dallas Cowboys Overview: The Cowboys’ defense stood tall, limiting the Eagles to just two field goals while forcing three crucial takeaways and executing a game-changing fourth-down stop. Rookie kicker Brandon Aubrey continued his impressive season, making four field goals, including a 60-yarder, and tying the team record with 30 consecutive successful attempts. The Cowboys now find themselves in a temporary first-place position in the NFC East, setting the stage for a potentially fierce battle with the Eagles for divisional supremacy.

Quarterback Dak Prescott extended his touchdown pass streak to seven games, tying Tony Romo’s franchise record for the longest single-season streak. While Prescott’s accuracy faced challenges, the offense, backed by a robust run game, wore down the Eagles’ defense. The Cowboys’ recent success raises questions about their place among the NFL’s elite, with the team now eyeing a deep playoff run.

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Philadelphia Eagles Overview: The Eagles, on the other hand, find themselves on shaky ground following back-to-back lopsided defeats, first against the San Francisco 49ers and now the Cowboys. Despite their 10-3 record, the defense is displaying vulnerabilities, leaking points in critical moments, especially before halftime. The offense, led by quarterback Jalen Hurts, struggled to find rhythm, with slow starts and untimely turnovers plaguing their recent performances.

Hurts faced challenges throughout the game, limited to 92 yards in the first half and dealing with a stout Cowboys defense. Standout receivers DeVonta Smith and A.J. Brown also experienced uncharacteristic miscues, contributing to the Eagles’ offensive struggles. A failed fourth-down attempt in the third quarter further added to the team’s woes.

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Looking Ahead: As the regular season enters its final stretch, both teams eye crucial matchups in Week 15. The Cowboys will face the Bills on December 17, aiming to solidify their position atop the NFC East. Meanwhile, the Eagles must regroup and rebound as they prepare for a challenging matchup against the Seahawks on December 18. With the NFC playoff race heating up, every game becomes a crucial battle for positioning and momentum.

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