Chip Kelly gets the game ball on Thanksgiving as the Philadelphia Eagles feasted on the Dallas Cowboys. Playing in Dallas, on a holiday where quarterback Tony Romo has been superb—losing only once in his previous seven Thanksgiving Day games—the Eagles dared Romo to beat them, and he came up far short. Show More Summary
The Dallas Cowboys (8-4) were thoroughly dominated as they lost 33-10 to the Philadelphia Eagles (9-3). The Cowboys loss gave the Eagles a one-game lead in the NFC East race. The Eagles dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides of...Show More Summary
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Dallas Cowboys' 33-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles at AT&T Stadium on Thursday. Feeling fine: In a normal week Tony Romo would be practicing for the first time on Thursday. Show More Summary
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Philadelphia Eagles' 33-10 victory over the Dallas Cowboys: Thriller: Eagles running back LeSean McCoy appeared at his postgame news conference wearing a white leather jacket that recalled one made iconic by singer Michael Jackson. Show More Summary
The cameras are always watching. Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy was caught digging for gold during the team's 33-10 Thanksgiving win over the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. McCoy might be a bit embarrassed when he finds...Show More Summary
The Eagles are now 6-0 all-time on Thanksgiving Day. Here's nine other things you need to know from Philly's 33-10 win over the Cowboys.
The Philadelphia Eagles dominated the Dallas Cowboys 33-10 on Thanksgiving to ascend to first alone in the NFC East division. As balanced and explosive as the Eagles' uptempo offense was at AT&T Stadium, LeSean McCoy emerged as the deserving...Show More Summary
The Dallas Cowboys were clearly frustrated, down by 23 points to the Philadelphia Eagles in the fourth quarter at AT&T Stadium Thursday, but this was a bit uncalled for. While Eagles punt returner Nolan Carroll was watching the ball late in Philadelphia's 33-10 win, Dwayne Harris leveled him, sparking a scuffle between the two teams. Show More Summary
As his former team continues to be lost at the quarterback position, Mark Sanchez is having solid second act of his career. Given a new lease on life in Philadelphia, the former fifth overall pick had a winning performance today, as his Eagles stole the NFC East division lead from the Cowboys. Read more...
ARLINGTON, Texas -- A few thoughts on the Philadelphia Eagles’ 33-10 win over the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. What it means: The Eagles (9-3) took control of the NFC East race with their first road victory over a quality NFC opponent this season. Show More Summary
In the second helping of the NFL's three-course Thanksgiving offering, the Philadelphia Eagles' explosive offense feasted on a depth-famished Dallas Cowboys defense at AT&T Stadium. Philadelphia set the tone from the beginning and was...Show More Summary
ARLINGTON, Texas -- A few thoughts on the Dallas Cowboys' 33-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles at AT&T Stadium. What it means: The Cowboys are effectively two games back of the Eagles in the NFC East race with their second divisionShow More Summary
The Philadelphia Eagles are now in first in the NFC West after dominating the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday, 33-10. The Philadelphia Eagles took down the Dallas Cowboys, 33-10 on Thursday. It was a dominant win for Mark Sanchez and the Eagles, and they now have sole possession of first place in the NFC East with a 9-3 record. Show More Summary
Tony Romo did not play well on Thanksgiving against the Philadelphia Eagles. That's a true statement. But his one interception was mostly the fault of his receiver, Terrance Williams, who has been ghost like Swayze the past month or so. Show More Summary
Chace Crawford and Jessica Szohr sandwich in their pal Nina Dobrev while spending Thanksgiving together on Thursday (November 27) in Dallas, Tex. The trio of buddies went to watch the Dallas Cowboys take on the Philadelphia Eagles at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. In case you didn’t know, Chace‘s brother-in-law Tony Romo is the quarterback for [...]
The Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys aren't exactly big fans of each other, and Philly back LeSean McCoy's touchdown celebration demonstrated that pretty well. After breaking away on a 38-yard score to put the Eagles up 30-10 with...Show More Summary
Although the Dallas Cowboys are staring at a 23-7 halftime deficit to the Philadelphia Eagles on Thanksgiving, fantasy football owners who started DeMarco Murray aren't complaining. Murray is one of Dallas' few bright spots, rushing for 46 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries. Show More Summary
After leading the NFL in rushing last year, Philadelphia Eagles star LeSean McCoy hasn't quite lived up to the hype, testing the patience of many fantasy owners. Darren Sproles has been explosive when he's gotten opportunities, but the...Show More Summary
Even in the three-plus games since Mark Sanchez took over the reins of the Philadelphia Eagles' offense, Jeremy Maclin has remained the team's most targeted receiver. Sanchez and Maclin hooked up often in Thursday's Week 13 Thanksgiving showdown with the Dallas Cowboys, helping Philadelphia's cause in a big way on the road. Show More Summary
Next up on the Thanksgiving Day football schedule is the Philadelphia Eagles versus the Dallas Cowboys. So cheer on your team, do a little armchair quarterbacking or, by now, stretch out on the couch. And as always, if you hate football, use this as a holiday open thread to say why or to talk about whatever you'd like.