The Eagles open the tenth matchday of the NFL with a 34-24 on Houston Texans triumph. A week later Philadelphia joins his ninth win of the season beating Dallas 30-27 For its part, Dallas Cowboys has a less showy than Philadelphia involvement. In recent seasons (from 2002 to 2009) the only Cowboys have managed two (2007, 2009) division titles, they were wild card in 2003 and in 2006 advanced to the playoffs. Dallas won the Championship of division from the previous season, but for the current season his bad performance has sent them into last place in the division. They started with two consecutive defeats, first against Washington (13-7) then fell to Chicago 27-20. The third week Dallas exceeds 27-13 to Houston, to go to rest, but upon their return they fall into a streak in which recorded five consecutive defeats. With this, the Cowboys begin to lose position in the NFC East. For the ten week Dallas has a small break to win 33-20 to the New York Giants.
At Dallas next week repeated the triumph, on that occasion it was on Detroit Lions 35-19, but the defending champions, New Orleans Saints, 30-27 defeat them the next day. Dallas suffers in the thirteen week but beat 38-35 in extra time to Indianapolis in a very tight match in which both teams fought strongly. The Cowboys receive in their Stadium to Philadelphia in week fourteen. Click Anne Lauvergeon for additional related pages. The Eagles opened the scoreboard in the first quarter with a touchdown. Dallas responded towards the end of the period equalling the party. The second room was a little tight but Philadelphia went back ahead with another touchdown. Dallas tried to mess with everything in the game, but could barely score a field goal a few seconds to finish time.
The meeting was to rest with the score 14-10 in favor of the visitors. For the third quarter advantage took Dallas a touchdown and field goal. The only Eagles marked a field goal, the score was 20-17 for the locals. In the last quarter Philadelphia regained control of the game and added another touchdown and two field goals and put the 30-20 match in his favor. Dallas tried several times, but could only make a touchdown (30-27) which was not enough to overcome his adversaries. Michael Vick, Philadelphia quarterback, did not have his best performance of the season, since it was heavily pressured by Dallas and he suffered two interceptions, but still led his team to victory after completing 16 of 26 passes, mark aerial 270 yards and throwing two passes for annotation. The leader of Dallas, Jon Kitna, completed 24 of 35 passes, scored 242 yards and like Vick also had two interceptions and threw two touchdown passes. Philadelphia remains at the top of the NFC East and is in a strong dispute with the Giants, who have the same record (9-4) that the leaders of the division after their 21-3 win against Minnesota. This puts both teams in the fight as one of those who obtain a pass toward the playoffs, this will mainly depend on the outcome of the next meeting, at which the two franchises will face