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The Cowboys have now lost three straight games, although this one had a different feel to it. Dallas had its chances before falling in the end. Let's look back once more at the key moments in Philly.
The Cowboys confirmed one more bit of roster shuffling ahead of Tuesday's trade deadline.
It was a step in the right direction, and the win was there for the taking, but unfortunately you don't get points for "getting better."
10 thoughts from Sunday's game, including how the game was mismanaged, DiNucci wasn't ready for the prime time and Gregory, Pollard and Wilson are settling into their roles.
As expected, Ben DiNucci's first NFL start had its share of rough moments. But turns out, he wasn't much different than Philly's Carson Wentz, adding even more frustration to this 2020 season.
Down to their third-string rookie quarterback, the Cowboys had some tricks in the bag Sunday against the Eagles.
In a tough situation for any rookie quarterback making his first start, Ben DiNucci did his best to keep the offense moving in Sunday's loss to the Eagles.
Cornerbacks are supposed to have short memories, but Trevon Diggs shouldn't be in a hurry to forget this night.
The NFL isn't the place for moral victories, but this at least felt like a step in the right direction.
On five different occasions, the offense had too many negative plays to stall drives, wasting multiple scoring opportunities.
Timely defense and a number of trick plays aren't enough to help rookie quarterback Ben DiNucci as the Cowboys fall to the rival Eagles, 23-9
Find out what Bucky Brooks says needs to happen for Dallas to beat the Eagles with rookie Ben DiNucci making his first NFL start.
The Cowboys have downgraded Andy Dalton (concussion) from doubtful to out of Sunday night's game at Philadelphia.
Looks at the woeful history of Cowboys rookie quarterback debuts, and how the confident Ben DiNucci and his teammates can make that change.
Two straight losses and now about to start a rookie quarterback? The Cowboys still have a shot at first place with a win over the Eagles Sunday night. Check out what the staff writers think will go down Sunday.
What a week this was, from a strange press conference to big roster moves to the introduction of a new quarterback and his wild journey. Check out the week that was for the Cowboys.
Just two wins. A long list of injuries at key positions. Sound familiar? Yes, the Eagles have been dealing with the same stuff as the Cowboys. Let's look at this matchup from their view.
Dalton (concussion) is currently not scheduled to practice Saturday, according to Mike McCarthy, as rookie Ben DiNucci continues preparing to possibly make his first NFL start.
Here are some facts for Sunday's game, including the ironic twist for Ben DiNucci's last start and where both teams rank in the turnover department.
Before taking the field for Thursday's practice, Ben DiNucci got some needed advice from Dak Prescott, who told him to "go out there and do you."
The latest on Andy Dalton's injury status as the veteran quarterback continues through the NFL's concussion protocol this week.
As he recaps the team's personnel changes this past week, David Helman is begging you not to overanalyze what it means for the Cowboys and the trade deadline.
Beware the free agent. Plus, the Cowboys' run defense, quarterbacks, a historical oddity and more.
Watch the highlights from the Week 8 matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs grabs his second interception of the game off of Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz in Week 8.
Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein drives 59-yard field goal through the uprights.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs makes a sliding interception against Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz.
Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard fakes a reverse on 14-yard play.
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Leighton Vander Esch sacks Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz and defensive end Dorance Armstrong recovers to give the ball back to Dallas.
Dallas Cowboys safety Donovan Wilson sacks Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, forcing and recovering a fumble to give the ball back to his team's offensive unit.
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