Eagles and Cowboys Tied at 7-7 at Halftime

The Eagles and Cowboys are tied at 7-7 at halftime, with the lone offensive score coming on a 4-yard touchdown toss from Kevin Kolb to Chad Hall.  The touchdown broke the Eagles franchise record for points in a season, giving the Eagles 433 – more than last year’s 429 and 2008′s 416.  Dallas got on the board when Anthony Spencer chased down Kevin Kolb from behind and stripped him of the ball, leaving it loose for DeMarcus Ware to scoop and score from 17 yards out.

Neither team has moved the ball particularly well on offense, evidenced by five Mat McBriar punts and four Sav Rocca punts.  Kolb is 14-23 for 87 yards, one touchdown and an interception.  Chad Hall has been his top target with five catches for 36 yards and a touchdown, and the 5-foot-8 weapon has also run once for 2 yards. Jerome Harrison ran 10 times for 39 yards in the first half.

On the Dallas side, McGee completed 4-8 passes for 33 yards.  Felix Jones ran six times for 40 yards, while Tashard Choice had five carries for 17 yards.

Topics: Anthony Spencer, Chad Hall, Cowboys, DeMarcus Ware, Eagles, Kevin Kolb, Stephen Mcgee

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