In what seems to be a recurring theme this season, the Eagles look unbeatable. Trailing 9-7 at the half, the team outscored its bitter rivals 30-0 in the second half to move its record to 9-1 and, according to SI, hand the Cowboys their worst home loss at eight-year-old
Jerry's World AT&T Stadium.
Eagles QB Carson Wentz didn’t light up the stat sheet (14-of-27 for 168 yards and two scores), but with Ezekiel Elliot suspended and Dak Prescott throwing a career-worst three picks against a swarming Philadelphia defense, it didn’t really matter.
Wentz has now run his line to 25 TDs to just five interceptions on the season. On the other end of the spectrum, the Cowboys have now been outscored 47-0 in the second half the past two weeks.
And, like the aforementioned Saints, Philly has now won eight in a row.