Cowboys vs. Eagles

Sports fans! Here’s the latest scoop on the Cowboys vs. Eagles showdown

We’re live in Dallas, where the Cowboys are hosting the Eagles, aiming to extend their impressive 14-game home winning streak. The big question on everyone’s mind: Can the Birds put a dent in that streak?

Let’s dive into the action:

First Quarter: The Cowboys wasted no time, striking gold on their opening drive with a 13-yard touchdown pass from Dak Prescott to CeeDee Lamb. A bit of drama ensued with a flag on the play, but the refs waved off any offensive holding. (Cowboys 7 – Eagles 0)

The Eagles, driving towards the red zone, hit a speed bump when Jalen Hurts fumbled on a quarterback draw. Donovan Wilson forced the turnover, marking Hurts’ fifth fumble of the season.

Rookie sensation Brandon Aubrey showcased his skills with a flawless 60-yard field goal, giving the Cowboys a two-score lead. (Cowboys 10 – Eagles 0)

Second Quarter: Hold onto your hats! The Eagles pulled off a fake punt magic trick, with Braden Mann connecting with Olamide Zaccheaus for a 28-yard gain.

Jake Elliott capitalized on the momentum, nailing a 52-yard field goal just inside the right post. The fake punt paid off, putting the Birds on the scoreboard. (Cowboys 10 – Eagles 3)

But the Cowboys weren’t slowing down. Rico Dowdle managed to barely cross the goal line for a one-yard score. It was initially ruled short, but a review awarded the Cowboys the touchdown. (Cowboys 17 – Eagles 3)

Elliott worked his magic again with a 44-yard field goal, thanks in part to a Micah Parsons sack that pushed the Eagles back. (Cowboys 17 – Eagles 6)

The Cowboys then stretched their lead with a 1-yard touchdown pass to Michael Gallup. Another flag was thrown, but the refs decided there was no pass interference. (Cowboys 24 – Eagles 6)

Third Quarter: In unfortunate news for the Eagles, safety Reed Blankenship is sidelined with a concussion after leaving the game early.

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