Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys Staff Predictions

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Nov 23, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants defensive end Damontre Moore (98) sacks Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) during the first half at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Brett Dickinson, Staff Writer

Though the Dallas Cowboys stand with a 8-3 record, tied for the division lead with the Philadelphia Eagles, they have struggled as of late. Two losses in their past four games has tempered the talk of them being one of the league’s top teams. And after struggling against the New York Giants for most of the game, the Philadelphia Eagles could give Dallas a turkey on Thanksgiving.

It may be tough to go on the road on a short week, but the Philadelphia have the right combination to solve the Cowboys offense. With several high quality pass-rushers, they can knock around quarterback Tony Romo and fluster their timing. In all three of their loses this season, that has been the common denominator. In the end the Philadelphia Eagles should keep up the pace, while slowing down the Dallas Cowboys passing game down enough to walk out of ‘Big D’ thankful for a victory.

Eagles 31, Cowboys 24

Blaine Grisak, Staff Writer

The matchup we have all been waiting for has finally arrived. Nothing is bigger than Eagles-Cowboys on Thanksgiving in prime time. As far as how I think the game will go, Mark Sanchez will have to play a lot better than he has the last two weeks and Shady is going to have to have a repeat performance of last week.

The Eagles defense is also going to have their hands full with DeMarco Murray and Dez Bryant. This is going to be a close game, but this isnt the same Cowboys team that everybody is used to.

Cowboys 28, Eagles 27

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