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ARLINGTON — It hasn’t been the case often this season, but the Cowboys found a way to play their best football in the fourth quarter Sunday night. They scored 21 points during that 15-minute stretch and outlasted the division rival Philadelphia EaglesShare Tweet
Dallas 38, Philadelphia 33: Peering down from the suite at the top of his shiny monument to excess, billionaire oil plutocrat Jerry Jones, insensitive to the fact that he might be on national television at that very moment, scratched his nuts, probably,…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Dec 2, 2012He can be a headache at times. But what a glorious headache he can be. Dallas wide receiver Dez Bryant did it again Sunday night, showing why the Cowboys have hugged him, coddled him, given him so many chances. Bryant took over at times during the Cowbo…Share Tweet
Tampa Bay DE Adrian Clayborn: ‘Doug Free can’t block a soul unless he holding’With the Cowboys and Eagles battling it out on primetime, more eyes than usual were on the Cowboys. Among those apparently watching the game: Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Adrian Clayborn. It’s not exactly clear who Clayborn was rooting for duringShare TweetARLINGTON, Texas -- The Cowboys again were faced with rallying from a double-digit hole. But unlike the Thanksgiving Day loss to the Washington Redskins, Dallas managed to catch up to the Philadelphia Eagles. Dallas defeated Philadelphia, 38-33, to end …Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Dec 2, 2012The Cowboys decided to start coming back sooner than normal. Of course the Eagles had plenty to do with that. DeMarco Murray’s 1-yard touchdown made it 14-10 just before halftime, after the Eagles defense continued to forget to cover people running acroShare Tweet
Deadspin Up All Night: It's Too Latedeadspin.com Dec 2, 2012Thank you for your continued support of Deadspin. There's still the Eagles and Cowboys coming up shortly so we'll be around. More »Share TweetThe Cowboys will again be without Jay Ratliff, as their nose tackle continues to be bothered by a groin injury which has now cost him two games. Ratliff leads the Cowboys’ inactive list for tonight’s game against the Eagles, along with wide receiver AShare TweetARLINGTON - DeMarco Murray is active for the Cowboys’ Sunday night showdown with Philadelphia. The second-year running back had missed the previous six games after spraining his left foot Oct. 14 against Baltimore. While Murray will available to play,Share Tweetcowboysgab.com Dec 2, 2012You were just hired as a general manager and you have to choose one quarterback, so which one is it going to be? Player A: 71.0 quarterback rating, 1391 yards, 4 touchdowns to 9 interceptions. Player B: 99.2 quarterback rating, 1900 yards, 12 touchdowns…Share Tweet
Ex-Cowboy Charles Haley, DeSoto’s Tim Brown headline 2012 Texas Black Sports Hall classTim Brown slips on the hall of fame jacket at the enshrinement luncheon of the Texas Black Sports Hall of Fame in Dallas, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012. (Ron Heflin/Special Contributor)Share Tweet
GameDay: Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys highlightsDec 2The Dallas Cowboys stay alive in the playoff conversation, knocking off the Philadelphia Eagles 38-33 on Sunday night.
Dallas Cowboys CB Morris Claiborne returns fumble for the scoreDec 2Dallas Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne recovers a Bryce Brown fumble and returns it 50 yards for a touchdown to increase the team's lead to 38-27 over the Philadelphia Eagles in the fourth quarter.
Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant 6-yard TD catchDec 2Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant takes a short pass from quarterback Tony Romo and bruises his way through the opposing defense for a 6-yard touchdown and a 31-27 lead over the Philadelphia Eagles in the fourth quarter.
Dallas Cowboys WR Miles Austin 27-yard TD catchDec 2Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo hits wide receiver Miles Austin for a 27-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter.