The Dallas Cowboys came into Sunday night with just about everything on the line. After three bad losses in a row, the Cowboys dominate the Eagles 37-10.
The Dallas Cowboys finally turned things around on Sunday night when they needed it the most. The Cowboys were questioned all week about their integrity and if they had quit on the coach Jason Garrett.
How do they respond? With a 37-10 demolishing of the Philidelphia Eagles.
The defense finally came out of the gates hot and it led to points on the board.
After a fumble by Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert Kellen Moore showed us that his tremendous play-calling skills are still alive as he dialed up a triple-option call that led to a touchdown by wideout Tavon Austin.
Defensive end Demarcus Lawerence finally made a big impact play with a strip-sack on quarterback Carson Wentz which led to another early Cowboys touchdown.
The Cowboys as a team could not have played a better game. Ezekiel Elliott ran the ball great and Dak Prescott was making great throws all night.
On the defensive side of the ball, the ‘HotBoyz” finally played like themselves. The defensive line was finally creating consistent pressure on Carson Wentz, resulting in him being uncomfortable all night.
The play calling might have been the best part about tonight. Kellen Moore was on fire all night and dialed up some magnificent plays calls that resulted in great success.
Brett Maher continued his hot streak as he made all three field goals he attempted including a 63 yarder. Maher is now the only kicker in NFL history to make three 60 yard kicks in a career (!)
The Cowboys now enter the bye week at the perfect time as it seems almost everybody on the team is banged up in one way or another. After this win, the Cowboys now sit at 4-3 and atop the NFC East once again.
What a win! Go, Cowboys