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Eagles Fly By Cowboys

Sports
Sunday, October 30, 2011 - 10:55pm

For a great rivalry,  it wasn't much of a game.

Philadelphia dominated Dallas and sent the Boys back to Texas with a 34-7 defeat.  The game was not as close as the score indicated.

LeSean McCoy exploited a Dallas defense that imitated a matador.  Ole!  He rushed for 185 yards and two touchdowns while Michael Vick threw a pair of touchdown passes.

"I feel like every game is a chance for me to prove myself," McCoy said. "At any given time, any one of our guys could go off."  

"We started fast," Vick said. "That was our mindset. We wanted to set the tempo. We didn't want to let up."

The numbers were all in the Eagles favor.  Philadelphia had 495 total yards and held the ball for 42:09.

"We weren't up to the task tonight," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said. "This game is not coming back. We can learn from it and move on to the next challenge. We didn't execute in any phase of the football game."

If you are looking for a Dallas bright spot, shine the light on DeMarcus Ware.   He had four sacks and now has a dozen on the season.

Both the Cowboys and Eagles are 3-4 on the season, two games back of the 5-2 New York Giants.

 

 

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