Game Recap: Cowboys 33, Eagles 13 | Eagles vs CowboysGame Recap: Cowboys 33, Eagles 13 | Eagles vs Cowboys

Eagles vs Cowboys

The Eagles faced a tough defeat in their recent game against the Dallas Cowboys, losing 33-13 on the road. Despite a challenging performance, the Eagles turned the ball over three times, contributing to the Cowboys’ early lead of 24-6 at halftime. While rookie defensive tackle Jalen Carter managed to score a touchdown for the Eagles in the third quarter, it wasn’t sufficient to turn the tide.

The result leaves both Philadelphia and Dallas with a 10-3 record, tying them for the lead in the NFC East. The race for the conference’s top seed and a coveted first-round bye in the playoffs is now a three-way deadlock, including the San Francisco 49ers.

Looking ahead, the Eagles will be on the road again, facing the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football. The Seahawks, currently standing at 6-7, are seeking a playoff spot after a recent loss to the 49ers.

Here’s a breakdown of how the game unfolded:

First Quarter:

The Cowboys took an early lead with a 13-yard touchdown pass from Dak Prescott to CeeDee Lamb.
Jalen Hurts’ fumble on a quarterback draw led to a turnover, giving the Cowboys an advantage.
Brandon Aubrey extended the Cowboys’ lead with a successful 60-yard field goal.

Second Quarter:

A successful fake punt by the Eagles set up a Jake Elliott 52-yard field goal, putting Philadelphia on the scoreboard.
The Cowboys continued to dominate, with Rico Dowdle’s 1-yard touchdown and another field goal by Elliott.
A 1-yard touchdown pass to Michael Gallup increased the Cowboys’ lead, despite penalties against the Eagles.

Third Quarter:

Safety Reed Blankenship was ruled out with a concussion.
A fumble by A.J. Brown set the stage for a touchdown by the Eagles, as Fletcher Cox forced a fumble, and Jalen Carter scored with a 42-yard fumble return.
Another successful field goal by Brandon Aubrey added to the Cowboys’ lead.

Fourth Quarter:

The Eagles struggled to convert on fourth-and-8, missing a crucial opportunity.
Brandon Aubrey continued his impressive performance with two more successful field goals, securing the win for the Cowboys.
DeVonta Smith’s fumble marked the third turnover for the Eagles in the game.

Game Leaders:

Passing:

Jalen Hurts (PHI) – 18/27, 197 yards; Dak Prescott (DAL) – 24/29, 271 yards, 2 TD.

Rushing:

D’Andre Swift (PHI) – 11 rushes, 39 yards; Tony Pollard (DAL) – 16 rushes, 59 yards.

Receiving:

A.J. Brown (PHI) – 9 rec., 94 yards; Jake Ferguson (DAL) – 5 rec., 72 yards.

Defense:

Darius Slay (PHI) – 4 tackles, 3 PD;

Fletcher Cox (PHI) – 3 tackles, 1 sack, 1 QBH, 1 PD, 1 FF;

Jalen Carter (PHI) – 1 tackle, 1 FR, 1 TD;

Stephon Gilmore (DAL) – 9 tackles, 1 FF;

Donovan Wilson (DAL) – 5 tackles, 1 FF, 1 FR;

Damone Clark (DAL) – 4 tackles, 1 PD, 1 FR.

Kicking:

Jake Elliott (PHI) – 2/2 FG, 1/1 PAT, 7 points;

Brandon Aubrey (DAL) – 4/4 FG, 3/3 PAT, 15 points.

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