Tony Romo kept his notes on Philadelphia after their Thanksgiving game. They will come in handy for the rematch just two weeks later, with the teams again tied.
Despite the fact that their 9th and most glorious win means that the Cowboys are officially off the 8-8 hamster wheel, their path to the playoffs remains murky at best.
It should come as no surprise that Las Vegas projects Philadelphia, not Dallas, to win the NFC East. But is DeMarco still among the favorites to win the NFL MVP?
Thanksgiving disappointment overflowed for the Cowboys Thursday at Jerryworld as the Eagles left little doubt about who is in charge of the NFC East.
The Cowboys suffered one of their most humiliating home losses this season on a day that was meant for giving thanks.
They’ve come to be called “FishTips,’’ and with the guidance of insiders at Valley Ranch, they help me “gameplan’’ for this week’s game
Romo looked ragged in the first quick turnaround for his surgically repaired back as the Cowboys (8-4) lost their third straight home game, this time to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Cowboys safety Jeff Heath is inactive Thursday after breaking his right thumb in last weekend’s win over the New York Giants.
With sole possession of first place in the NFC East on the line, the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys haven’t had much time to prepare for a Thanksgiving showdown.
Romo still talks about wishing he had been on the field instead of at home following back surgery when the Cowboys lost a playoffs-or-bust finale to Philadelphia last season.
DeMarco Murray’s huge lead in the NFL rushing race isn’t a surprise to last year’s winner. LeSean McCoy figured the Dallas running back just needed to get the ball.
The Philadelphia Eagles head into Dallas for a Thanksgiving Day battle with the Dallas Cowboys and Bennie Logan already started talking trash, dismissing the Cowboys’ offensive line.