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All You Need to Know!

Chris Trotman

The battle for NFC East continues in Week 7 when the Cowboys visit the Eagles on Sunday. The Bird Gang has won two-straight games and are 3-3. With a win against Dallas, they will have sole possession of first place in the division. Think about that for a second...first place!

Quarterback Nick Foles will look to mimic his performances of the last two weeks and repeat the results of those past two games. The Cowboys are a little banged up and already have a defense with plenty of holes. Make no mistake, this may be a must-win for the Eagles.

When and Where to Watch

1 p.m. ET,
Channel: FOX (Joe Buck, Troy Aikman)


NFL Rewind

Sirius 85 (Internet 823)

History Lesson

The Eagles and Cowboys have met 103 times in the regular season.

Dallas leads the all-time series at 57-46.

They also lead the all-time playoff series at 3-1.

The Eagles are 5-5 at Lincoln Financial Field against the Cowboys.

The Cowboys are 6-4 against the Eagles in their last 10 meetings.

Opponents View

Check out Blogging the Boys for the Cowboys' perspective on tonight's game.

Fun Facts

  • The Eagles are just the fourth team in @NFL history to rack up at least 400 yards of total offense in each of their first six games.
  • DE Clifton Geathers played in six games from 2010-2011 with the Cowboys.
  • Nick Foles, James Casey, Damion Square, Lane Johnson and Jason Peters are all from Texas.
  • With one more touchdown, Celek (22) will tie Chad Lewis (23) for second all-time among Eagles tight ends.
  • The Eagles (2,699) need 447 total net yards to set the team record (3,145 -- set in 2011) through the first seven games of the season.
  • LeSean McCoy (958) needs 18 carries to pass Ricky Watters (975) for fifth place in team history in career rushing attempts.
  • With 308 career receptions, Desean Jackson needs four catches to pass Bobby Walston (311) for seventh place on the Eagles all-time receptions list.
  • Bryce Brown tallied 169 yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries last December against the Cowboys.

Former Eagles on the Other Sideline

LB Ernie Sims (2010)

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