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  • Second-Half Fury For Rampaging Eagles

    ARLINGTON, Texas – Style points do not apply in the NFL, so the way the Eagles found a way to win on Sunday night at AT&T Stadium won’t be remembered as an artistic success. It will be remembered for 30 straight second-half points in a 37-9 win over Dallas ...

  • A Roaring Welcome And Key Matchups

    DALLAS - An upbeat and energetic Eagles team landed in Dallas-Fort Worth on Saturday afternoon and reached its hotel, welcomed by fans eager to show their love. It is very simple what is ahead in Dallas: beat the Cowboys and take a four-game lead in the NFC East with six to play, and set sights on the bigger picture ...

  • Fast Start Is Eagles' Winning Formula

    The numbers jump off the page - Eagles 64, opponents 12. When you start games the way the Eagles have in 2017, good things happen. Starting fast has been critical to the team’s success to date ...

  • The Rivalry: It's Real, And It's So Much Fun

    Trey Burton signed with the Eagles as a rookie free agent in 2014, happy to have a home in the NFL and not aware of the intensity of the fans. “It was immediately after I signed that my social media blew up and the fans told me all about the way they felt about the Dallas Cowboys. I can’t repeat some of the language they used,” he said, laughing. “You learn right away about this rivalry." ...

  • Jim Schwartz Preps For New-Look Dallas

    This wasn’t the matchup the schedule makers had in mind back in the spring. It’s the Eagles and the Cowboys in prime time on Sunday night, but the Dallas offense is missing star running back Ezekiel Elliott and could be without All-Pro left tackle Tyron Smith ...

  • Analyzing Darby's Return, Adding Ellerbe

    Seven games remain in the regular season and as the Eagles returned to work on Monday at the NovaCare Complex after their bye week, the defense received a boost. Two, actually. And in the war of attrition that is the NFL regular season, every gain counts ...

  • Rested Eagles Benefit From 0-3 NFC East

    It was early in the fourth quarter of the Cowboys-Falcons game on Sunday when Dallas radio play-by-play announcer Brad Sham summed up the Cowboys’ day: “Pathetic. Just pathetic. That’s what this is.” Dallas lost 27-7, capping an 0-for-3 day by the NFC East as the Eagles enjoyed their bye weekend.

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