Unfortunately, Santa has also been kind to the Dallas Cowboys this year.
If there was a gift, to sum up, the Cowboys, it would be a hoverboard because it’s a flashy item that everyone loves to talk about it, but it also can crash and burn at any time.
The season began with some panic for Dallas as their starting quarterback Dak Prescott went down. Many wrote the Cowboys off immediately, but backup Cooper Rush, their rushing game, and the team’s defense kept the team afloat, and Jerry Jones’ boys went on to win four of their next five games.
Prescott returned for Week 7’s game versus the Lions, and Philly went on to win six of their next eight games. It hasn’t been pretty for the Dallas QB. He has thrown seven interceptions in the last four games.
Dallas’s defense has struggled as well. They have allowed 31.5 points per game during their past two contests. They’ve also only been able to tally two interceptions and one sack during that time.
Despite all of that, the Cowboys rank second in the league in sacks (49), and they give up the third-fewest passing yards per game (191.6).
The Eagles look to give Dallas a present of their own on Christmas Eve, a second straight loss. That would be a welcomed sight to Eagles fans everywhere.