The Eagles Beat The Cowboys 26-17, Moving Their Record To 6-0

The Eagles Beat The Cowboys 26-17, Moving Their Record To 6-0

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The Eagles’ latest triumph, which sends them undefeated into a bye week, was capped off by the popular tune “Dancing On My Own.” In addition, the Eagles have been heard playing the Philadelphia Phillies’ theme song, “Take Me Out to the Ballgame,” as they prepare for the National League Division Series.

Philadelphia sports fans are living in exciting times. That’s great news for the local athletes who have learned nothing except how to win.

We up! Darius Slay, Philadelphia’s cornerback, indicated that the Eagles are currently in the lead. Right now, we’re on an ascending trajectory. Aim high. We’ll be in the upper chamber shortly. Perhaps if the Eagles search Slay’s room thoroughly, they’ll uncover the Lombardi Trophy.

On Sunday night, the Philadelphia Eagles upset the Dallas Cowboys 26-17 behind the passing of Jalen Hurts, who threw for 155 yards and two touchdowns. Two of the three interceptions of Cowboys quarterback Cooper Rush were recorded by C.J. Gardner-Johnson.

After seeing their 20-0 advantage cut to 20-17 early in the fourth quarter, the Eagles held on to win and move to 6-0 for the first time since 2004, when they also went 7-0 and to the Super Bowl.

Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni has said, “We realize we’ve needed to play a full game.” However, the fact that we are 6-0 despite having yet to play a complete game is thrilling.

And over half of the fourth quarter was taken up by a productive drive by Philadelphia that ultimately sealed the deal. Three third downs were converted, and Jalen Hurts threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to DeVonta Smith, scoring for the Eagles.

Trevon Diggs, a cornerback for the Cowboys, slammed his helmet on the ground after the touchdown. He was furious at the missed opportunity to prevent the score and take back the lead in the NFC East from the Philadelphia Eagles. When the 2-point conversion attempt by the Eagles was denied, their lead was reduced to 26-17.

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