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In previewing Week 8, I called the Cowboys match up a “show me” game. In other words, show me something that should give some hope that the Eagles can actually accomplish what will be an uphill battle to the playoffs.
They certainly didn’t answer all of my questions, but the 34-7 trouncing of Dallas was nothing if not proof that the Eagles can play at an elite level. Let’s break down the win.
7 = Number of receptions by TE Brent Celek, more than in the last three games combined. Jason Avant also had a big day, as Michael Vick torched the Cowboys over the middle of the field. Celek noted after the game that Dallas often lined up in deep Cover 2 formations to prevent the big pass play. The formations worked, in a sense, but the Eagles picked them apart underneath those safeties.
185 = Rushing yards for LeSean McCoy on 30 attempts. Only three Eagles in history had more rushing yards than McCoy in a single game. Only three times has a running back received more rushing attempts in An...
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When the Philadelphia Eagles play mistake-free football, they can be an elite team.
The Eagles didn't commit a turnover for the first time this season Sunday night. The result was a convincing 34-7 victory over the Dallas Cowboys that suddenly thrust Philadelphia back into the mix in a jumbled NFC East.
''Turnovers kill in the National Football League,'' coach...
After watching the Cowboys get completely destroyed against the Eagles on Sunday night I am finally convinced about the state of the team. The Cowboys are just a completely average team right now. They aren't as terrible as the Eagles' game might make you believe. But they also aren't nearly as good as the dominating win against the Rams might fool you into believing...
Summary: Rob Ryan did his talking during the week, but Andy Reid and the Eagles did their talking on Sunday Night. What did they say?
Strap in Eagles fans. This season is far from over.
The Eagles beat the Dallas Cowboys 34-7 on Sunday Night in primetime, but the lopsided score did not even do justice to the "ass beatin" the Eagles laid into their rivals, to qoute Ryan...
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You probably watched the Cowboys mail it in Sunday night, a National TV stinker, an embarrassing beat down at the hands of their Philadelphia rival. What now?
Time to shift into buy-mode.
I don't blame fantasy owners for coming out of this game frustrated. Tony Romo never looked comfortable against the Eagles, and he was reluctant to throw anything to Miles Austin and Dez Bryant...
Michael Vick threw two touchdown passes, LeSean McCoy had a
career-best 185 yards rushing and two scores and the Philadelphia
Eagles routed the Dallas Cowboys 34-7 Sunday night.
He actually conducted a 20-minute-long interview for the Eagles site while wearing this mask today. Confidence is a potent drug. [Via Larry Brown Sports] More »