Dallas Cowboys: 3 Best Performances from Week 10 Win vs. Eagles

The Dallas Cowboys suffered their first home loss of the 2018 NFL season against the Tennessee Titans in Week 9. But they bounced back with their first road win on Sunday night, defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 27-20 to keep their playoff hopes alive.

The Cowboys improved to 4-5, the same record as the Eagles. However, they’re currently in second place in the NFC East due to holding the head-to-head tiebreaker over Philadelphia. The Washington Redskins are two games ahead of Dallas at 6-3, but the Cowboys are still in the hunt, although they will need some help over the final seven weeks.

Nevertheless, Dallas did just enough on Sunday night to pull out a seven-point win over its division rivals. The Cowboys jumped out to a 13-3 halftime lead behind a pair of Brett Maher field goals and a 1-yard touchdown run from Dak Prescott. The Eagles tied things twice in the second half, but a 1-yard TD run from Ezekiel Elliott with 3:19 remaining in the fourth quarter pushed Dallas to a huge victory.

The Cowboys have been inconsistent all year, never winning more than one game in a row. But they once again have a chance to get back to .500 and earn their first winning streak of the season when they visit the Atlanta Falcons in Week 11.

But right now, it’s time to take a look back at what Dallas was able to do in Week 10. Here’s a glance at the three top performances from the Cowboys’ win over the Eagles.

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