Eagles vs. Cowboys scores, highlights, news, highlights and live updates

The Dallas Cowboys have been waiting more than a month for this rematch against the Philadelphia Eagles. Since their 28-23 loss in Week 9 at Lincoln Financial Field, Dallas has been seemingly sad.

In their four games since that loss in Philly, the Cowboys have averaged 42 points per game. Only one of them failed to score 40 points. Their opponents have averaged 18 points and only one of them has managed to score more than 20. Notably, three of their last four opponents have been the New York Giants, Carolina Panthers and Washington Commanders.

All three teams have lost. Their Week 13 opponent, the Seattle Seahawks, fell to 6-6, 41-35. But regardless of the opponent, the Cowboys are ready for this matchup.

But eagles? They were thrown around like a rag doll against the San Francisco 49ers last week, losing 42-19. They looked disorganized and tired. is intellectual; They’re actually nearing the end of a six-game slate that started with the Cowboys. They need to beat the Cowboys to move up in the NFC East, because if they lose both will have 10-3 records. That 5-0 start is now a long way off.

There is a lot of line on Sunday night. May the best team win. Yahoo Sports provides the latest news, scores and highlights from Sunday Night Football.

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  • Doc Brandin hit Cooks deep and landed at the 1-yard line just before the half

  • The Eagles hit a 44-yard field goal and the Cowboys now lead 17-6 with 1:48 left in the half.

  • Micah Parsons throws a 4th down for the Cowboys. Now the Eagles come out to attempt a field goal

  • Rico Dowd stepped in after all, and the Cowboys went on a 17-3 run late in the second quarter.

  • Brandon Aubrey is a kicker.

  • Philly got on the board with a 52-yard Jake Elliott field goal. 12:34, 2nd quarter.

  • The Eagles go 3-and-out….but then they turn a fake punt pass wide to Olamide Sakiyas!

    First down is Philly.

  • Brandon Aubrey kicks a 60-yard field goal for the Cowboys!

  • There are already eight penalties in this game, four for each team.

    A holding penalty stopped that run for Dallas.

  • The Cowboys go for it on 4th and 2 from the Philly 44, and Tony Pollard gets it.

    Mike McCarthy is aggressive early on.

  • It ended a good-looking drive for Philly:

  • Eagles QB Jalen gets hurt and the Cowboys take over at their own 20!

  • Jalen Hurts is already gaining 11 yards with a run up the middle.

  • Dak scrambles and finds CeeDee Lamb for a walk-in TD! The cowherds are the first to strike

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