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Sunday, November 8, 2015 at AT&T Stadium (Dallas, TX) Eagles 33, Cowboys 27 OTThe 2nd Eagles vs. Cowboys matchup of 2015 turned out to be one of the best games in the NFC East in 2015. Both teams came into the game struggling and desperately in need of a win. The Cowboys were looking to avoid losing a 5th straight game since the Eagles knocked out quarterback Tony Romo, and the Eagles were looking to climb back to .500 and put themselves in a position to compete for the NFC East Crown. The game marked Demarco Murray's return to Dallas, and the controversial running back put forth one of his best performances of the season, averaging over 4.5 yards per carry on his way to 86 rushing yards and a touchdown. Cowboys quarterback Matt Cassell put his recent struggles behind him, throwing for 3 touchdowns and led Dallas on a critical 4th quarter drive to tie the game with just 2 seconds left in regulation. But in overtime, it was all Eagles, as Philadelphia quarterback Sam Bradford threw a 41 yard strike to Jared Matthews for a touchdown and the game.
Sunday, September 20, 2015 at Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA) Cowboys 20, Eagles 10The first meeting between the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles in 2015 proved to be pivital to the race for the 2015 NFC East title. The Cowboys defense stifled Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford, forcing Bradford into 3 turnovers, and held the Eagles scoreless through the first three quarters. While Dallas dominated on the field and on the scoreboard, the Eagles dealt Dallas a significant blow, when they sacked Tony Romo, breaking his collarbone, and putting his 2015 season in doubt. The Eagles would finally get on the board in the 4th quarter, but it was too little too late, as the Cowboys defeated Philadelphia in the 2nd game of the season.
Sunday, December 14, 2014 at Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA) Eagles 38, Cowboys 27 In non-traditional Cowboys fashion, Dallas came out of a must win situation with the victory over Philadelphia 38-27. Lincoln Financial Field was silenced at half time after the Boys took a 21-0 lead in the second quarter but it would not take long for the Eagles to get the crowd back on their side. 24 unanswered points later, Mark Sanchez led the Eagles to their first lead of the game after a huge sack and fumble recovery. The Cowboys would keep their composure and avoid self-destructing with a 25-yard touchdown pass from Romo to Dez to regain the lead in the fourth capped off by a interception to end the game and move the Dallas Cowboys into first place in the NFC East.
Thursday, November 27, 2014 at AT&T Stadium (Dallas, TX) Eagles 33, Cowboys 10 Mark Sanchez proved the doubters wrong after leading the Eagles to a 33-10 rout of the Dallas Cowboys to maintain a top the NFC East. Philly's offense seemed to have no trouble driving the field in the first half taking an early 23-7 lead before half time. On the other side of the ball, the Eagles defense was able to apply the pressure forcing Romo into throwing 2 interceptions and keeping the Cowboys out of the end zone for the entire second half.
Sunday, December 29, 2013 at AT&T Stadium (Dallas, TX) Eagles 24, Cowboys 22 With Romo out due to injury, the Cowboys put their playoff hopes in the hands of back up quarterback Kyle Orton. With a 17-10 lead heading into halftime, the Philadelphia Eagles appeared to be finding that spark Nick Foles had brought to the field all year. Despite a valiant effort in the second half with 2 Dan Bailey field goals and a 32 yard touchdown from Dez, the Cowboys fell short with a Orton interception in the final minutes of the game.
Sunday, October 20, 2013 at Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA) Cowboys 17, Eagles 3 The Cowboys controlled this one from the start and kept the Eagles offense to only three points to give the Cowboys the 17-3 win and control of the NFC East at 4-3. The Eagles troubles at home, a losing streak spanning a calendar year, continued when QB Nick Foles couldn’t get the passing game going against the Cowboys secondary. Dez Bryant led the Cowboys with eight receptions for 110 yards.
Sunday, December 2, 2012 at AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX) Cowboys 38, Eagles 33 The Eagles were unable to stop Tony Romo and the Cowboys passing game, with Romo tossing 3 TDs and 303 yards without giving up a turnover. Dez Bryant caught 2 TDs and Jason Witten put up another six receptions for 108 yards. Bryce Brown was able to run up and down the field for the Eagles in the first three quarters, but Brown fumbled and Morris Claiborne returned it for a 50-yard touchdown to give the Cowboy a big lead with 4 minutes left. The Cowboys moved to 6-6 with the win, while Philly fell to 3-9.
Sunday, November 11, 2012 at Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA) Cowboys 38, Eagles 23 The Cowboys scored four touchdowns in the last 16 minutes of the game to come from behind in Philadelphia, improving to 4-5 while the Eagles dropped to 3-6. A 30-yard TD from Romo to Bryant got it started, but it was all special teams and defense after that. Dwayne Harries returned a punt 78 yards to the house, and only 75 seconds later Brandon Carr took an interception 47 yards for a TD to go up 31-17. Jason Hatcher recovered a fumble in the end zone with less than a minute to go to make it 38-23.