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    DAL 37, PHI 10: Cowboys Correct Course by Crushing Eagles

    The will need plenty more games like this one to undo some of the damage from their recent three-game losing streak. But with a 37-10 rout of the division rival Philadelphia Eagles tonight, Dallas took a big step toward redemption and restoring order in their season.

    The game got ugly in a hurry for the Eagles, who fumbled on their first two possessions and set the Cowboys up for touchdowns on each. Philadelphia would answer with a score on their next drive to make it 14-7, but it was all Dallas from there.

    It was a joint effort from all parts of the Cowboys roster tonight. had 111 yards rushing and another 36 receiving, plus one touchdown on the ground. threw for 239 yards and one score and ran for another touchdown.

    Dallas' limited Philadelphia to just 283 total yards. , , and each recorded while had a rare interception for the Cowboys .

    Even contributed; nailed a 63-yard field goal to end the first half and made his two other FG attempts as well.

    The Eagles were missing several key players on both sides of the ball, giving them a bit of an excuse for how lopsided this game got. But with Dallas now getting rest while Philadelphia has to stay on the road in Buffalo, is this the beginning of the end for the Eagles' season?

    Other Notes

    • led the receivers tonight with 106 yards on five catches. He did not appear to be hampered by any despite our worries earlier in the week.
    • Maher's 63-yard field goal put him in the NFL record books as the only to ever hit three career FGs from 60 or more.
    • Prescott's 21st career rushing touchdown broke 's record for most all-time rushing TDs by a Cowboys .
    • Some negative coming out of the game; (neck) and Robert Quinn (ribs) both had to leave and didn't return. No word yet on severity for either, but hopefully the bye week is all they need to recover.
    • was also shaken up toward the end of the game but appeared to be okay on the sideline.
    • No injury setbacks for any of the Cowboys' previously concerning players. Amari Cooper, , , and all made it through without incident.
    • Dallas now gets a long rest with the bye week and their next game not coming until Monday, Nov. 4th, against the . While the Cowboys are healing up, the Giants will be traveling to Detroit next Sunday.
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    Jess Haynie
    Jess Haynie
    Cowboys fan since 1992, blogger since 2011. Bringing you the objectivity of an outside perspective with the passion of a die-hard fan. I love to talk to my readers, so please comment on any article and I'll be sure to respond!

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