Cowboys Inactives: DT Josh Brent, OG/C Kevin Kowalski, QB Stephen McGee, OG David Arkin, OG Daniel Loper, DE Clifton Geather, and RB Felix Jones.
Yet another big divisional match up for the Eagles tonight.
Once again, I’m going to keep it brief:
The Eagles (2-4) hope to improve their record against the Cowboys (3-3). The Eagles are still very much alive in terms of playoff chances if they pull off a victory tonight. I’m sure you’re aware of the Eagles impressive record the week after the BYE under Andy Reid (a perfect 12-0). Will the Eagles be able to extend it to 13-0 tonight?
I think it’ll be a tough test. I’m interested to see how the Eagles perform against a Dallas defense that has performed well so far this season. It’ll also be nice to see if the Eagles’ win against the Redskins last week was just a fluke or if the Eagles are starting to turn a corner after a truly miserable start to the season. Allow me to be honest: I was not impressed with last week’s win over the ‘Skins. I think a number of fans have similar feelings. Beating the Cowboys would be a more convincing victory.
The match is set. The implications are high. Eagles vs Cowboys. Bitter rivals on the big stage: Sunday Night Football at it’s finest.
Have a good night, and go Eagles.