Philadelphia Eagles Playoff Dreams Could Run Straight Through Dallas

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The Philadelphia Eagles are now tied for the top spot in the NFC East with the Dallas Cowboys. Despite the Cowboys having a softer schedule going forward, all signs point to an epic battle between Dallas and Philadelphia in the final game of the season. The victor would win the division and it’s lone playoff berth. Below you’ll find the remaining schedules for all the NFC East teams and the current standings for each of their opponents:

Philadelphia Eagles (5-5)

Nov 10, 2013; Green Bay, WI, USA; Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy (25) runs with the ball past Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk (50) in the first quarter at Lambeau Field. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

Week 11 – Washington (3-6)
Week 12 – BYE
Week 13 – Arizona (5-4)
Week 14 – Detroit (6-3)
Week 15 – @ Minnesota (2-7)
Week 16 – Chicago (5-4)
Week 17 – @ Dallas (5-5)

Analysis: The Eagles face an uphill battle playing teams with .500 or better records in four of their next six games. On top of that, they have yet to win a game at home and have three straight matchups in Lincoln Financial Field starting this Sunday.

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  • Angel

    Are Cowboys cursed?? At the end of the season, their last game, they lose the game for the playoffs. To the team who gets in.

    Kinda funny. Romo has stepped up tho. He’s been playing good football. Miles Austin I can’t say so much. The lions game is a haunter… It’s gonna come back and bite later