Cowboys @ Eagles: This Is Why We Watch Football - Blogging The Boys
This Sunday's game between the Cowboys and the Eagles has the all the makings of a big-time contest.
Scheme Session: the big-play Eagles | National Football Post
In today’s edition of "Scheme Session" here at the NFP, we are going to take a look back at the Giants-Eagles matchup from Sunday, where Donovan McNabb once again hooked up for a big play down the field that produced points. This time—a 54-yard TD pass that gave the Eagles a 23-7 lead and put the Giants away for good.
Cowboys return to scene of the crime - NFC East - ESPN
In one of the most regrettable performances in franchise history, the Cowboys suffered an embarrassing 44-6 loss. Eagles cornerback Sheldon Brown intercepted Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo late in the first half, setting up a Brent Celek touchdown catch that gave the Eagles a 24-3 lead. The rest of the afternoon is still a blur for some Cowboys players and coaches -- and they'd prefer to keep it that way.
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While his lower-paid teammate breaks records, Cowboys receiver Roy Williams sounds like a broken record.
Eagles should take care of Cowboys at the Linc | Philadelphia Daily News | 11/06/2009
Now that the World Series is out of the way, Eagles-Cowboys week takes its place in the spotlight, and nothing is finer than whipping Dallas.
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Eagles-Cowboys: 100th meeting | Philadelphia Daily News | 11/06/2009
The Eagles face the Dallas Cowboys for the 100th time when they meet Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field. Some facts about the series:
Les Bowen: Eagles prepare for well-rounded Cowboys offense | Philadelphia Daily News | 11/06/2009
WHEN THE PASS-HAPPY Eagles run the ball effectively, as they have the past few weeks, their offensive players are eager to tell you how much of a difference balance makes, how it pushes defenses back on their heels. This Sunday night, when the Cowboys come to town, we'll see the other side of that coin
Eagles TE Celek now among the best in NFL | Philadelphia Inquirer | 11/04/2009
With this season set to reach the midpoint Sunday when the Eagles face the Cowboys in a first-place showdown at Lincoln Financial Field, coach Andy Reid's tight end should most definitely be included in the debate about the division's best player at that position.
Dallas Cowboys motivated by more than revenge | Dallas Cowboys News | Sports News | News for Dallas, Texas | Dallas Morning News
Bradie James avoids the word revenge. But the Cowboys linebacker doesn't want to fool himself or anyone else, either. He admits the team's 44-6 loss in Philadelphia to end last season is incentive as the Cowboys prepare to return to the scene of the crime. More important, James believes this game will speak volumes as to where the team stands at the midway point of the season.