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FRISCO, Texas – Having watched that full performance from our studios here at The Star, here are my early impressions from the Cowboys’ 37-9 loss to Philadelphia. Read

I’ll have more information when I’ve had a chance to study the tape, because there’s a lot to unpack from a breakdown like this. But for the time being, here are some of the standout moments from an ugly night at AT&T Stadium: Read

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ARLINGTON, Texas – For one half Sunday night, the Cowboys’ defense answered the biggest question of the week: Read

Can they produce without Sean Lee (strained hamstring) on the field? Read

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After Sunday night’s 37-9 loss to the division-rival Eagles, the Cowboys have now dropped two straight games by a large margin of defeat. They’ll only have four day to dwell on the loss as they prepare to play San Diego on Thanksgiving. Read

Here’s what players and coaches from both teams had to say after the game: Read

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ARLINGTON, Texas – The Cowboys’ 27-7 loss to the Falcons a week ago served as glaring reminder of how important Tyron Smith is to the Cowboys’ success. Read

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ARLINGTON, Texas – This game clearly got away from the Cowboys in the second half as the Eagles scored the final 30 points in what ended as a blowout here at AT&T Stadium. Read

But all games have those plays that can get lost in the shuffle, but still played a huge part in the final outcome. Check out the five from this game that turned the tide. Read

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ARLINGTON, Texas – Bill Parcells is one of my favorite NFL personalities of all time. Just about everything he says is gospel to me. Read

But I’m going to have disagree with one of his all-time quotes that he stands by when he says, “You are what you are.” Read

He never wanted to hear that a team was better than their record because of injuries or other circumstances. He never thought a player was at a “Pro Bowl level” if they didn’t actually make it to the Pro Bowl. To him, it was always pretty black and white. You are what you are. Read

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ARLINGTON, Texas – You’ll hear no complaints from Dak Prescott about a shortened week ahead of the Cowboys’ annual Thanksgiving game. Read

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Welcome to the 2017 DallasCowboys.com Writers' Blog, your daily resource for up-to-date news and notes throughout the season.

 

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Galería de fotos del partido Eagles contra Cowboys en el estadio de AT&T, marcador final 37-9. Read

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 Once again, we were harshly reminded that this is a 60-minute game. Read

On a night when owner Jerry Jones was honored with his Pro Football Hall of Fame ring, the Dallas Cowboys fell, 37-9, to the rival Philadelphia Eagles in front of 93,247 fans and a prime-time television audience – a score that certainly wasn’t pretty, especially considering that at the half the Cowboys had largely stifled the visitors and were leading 9-7. Read

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This season, I had the privilege of welcoming the Texas Tech and Baylor Spirit Squads into AT&T Stadium before their football matchup. It was an extremely special day for me, as I was a member of the Texas Tech Pom Squad from 2014-2017. During my three years on Tech Pom, I met some of my best friends, traveled to new and exciting places, and made lasting memories that I will never forget. I got the opportunity to dance in West Virginia, Florida, Missouri, Nevada, and even Shanghai. Read

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JAY: What made you want to audition for the Dallas Cowboys Rhythm & Blue Dancers? Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Let’s simplify this matter of playing the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday night at AT&T Stadium. Read

         First, we know those Eagles are an NFL-best 8-1. Read

         We know they are second in the league with a 31.4 scoring average. Read

         We know quarterback Carson Wentz is balling out, leading the Eagles’ fourth-ranked offense while putting up the NFL’s third best QB rating of 104.1 on the strength of a league-high 23 touchdown passes and just five interceptions. Read

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(Editor’s Note: Each week, the staff of DallasCowboys.com will present “6 Days to Sunday” for the upcoming game, presenting a daily update for each team as they head into the upcoming contest. This week, the Cowboys are looking to cut into Philly’s division lead with the Eagles soaring into town.) Read

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The Philadelphia Eagles are 8-1 and riding a seven-game winning streak. The Cowboys are 5-4, banged up and playing without suspended All-Pro running back Ezekiel Elliott. Read

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Como cambian las cosas es esta National Football League, evidente con la visita de la Águilas de Philadelphia que hace escasa temporada terminaban 7-9 y fuera de la gran fiesta edición 2016-17. Read

Ahora son los Vaqueros que de manteles largos en horario estelar del domingo en la noche reciben a esta edición de los pajarracos para reanudar la rivalidad mas añeja en la historia del equipo de la estrella solitaria, con un equipo de Jason Garrett que de pronto se encuentra seriamente tambaleando luego de lo suscitado en Atlanta. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The Pro Football Hall of Fame will honor Jerry Jones and eight former Cowboys greats on Sunday night. Read

Jones, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2017, will receive his Ring of Excellence – one of three iconic symbols for Hall of Fame members, along with the gold jacket and bronzed bust – during halftime of Cowboys-Eagles at AT&T Stadium. Read

Jones’ gold jacket and bronzed bust were unveiled in August during his enshrinement ceremony in Canton, Ohio. Read

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Brad Sham and Babe Laufenberg talk to Cowboys players after the 37-9 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Watch

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RB Alfred Morris evaluates what went wrong in the second half against Philadelphia. Watch

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LT Byron Bell comments on his performance against the Eagles and the Cowboys' chances of making the playoffs. Watch

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Jerry Jones gives his initial thoughts on the lopsided 37-9 home loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Watch

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