Eagles Inactives: Win-or-Go-Home for Eagles, Cowboys
Safety Earl Wolff was declared inactive for Sunday nights game, meaning he will not dress and will miss the game.
The news is not a big of a surprise as he was deemed questionable, but it means Philadelphia will be facing Dallas – without one of its starting safeties. Wolff will miss the game due to a injured knee.
It will be Patrick Chung who will start at safety in place of Wolff, who will be making his 10th start for Philadelphia.
The Cowboys injuries this week have been well chronicled, they will also be missing their starting quarterback Tony Romo and linebacker Sean Lee are inactive.
Eagles inactives: S Earl Wolff, QB Matt Barkley, S Colt Anderson, CB Curtis Marsh, RB Matthew Tucker, OL Julian Vandervelde and OT Dennis Kelly.
Cowboys inactives: QB Tony Romo, OT Darrion Weems, LB Sean Lee, CB B.W. Webb, LB Ernie Sims, S Jakar Hamilton, and DE Martez Wilson.
This game is winner-take-all.
One of the big questions all week long once it was reported that Romo would miss the game was who the pressure was on now. It's a fair question to ask, and I think it could be on just about everybody.
Can Chip Kelly win a big game?
Can Nick Foles win a big game and erase is previous outing against the Cowboys where he went 11 of 29 for 80 yards and left with a concussion at the end of the third quarter in a 17-3 loss.
For the Cowboys, can they win a key game at home?
Can they erase their past December failures? Dallas is 0-3 in regular-season finales with the division title at stake.
I can't see it happening for Dallas.
The Pick: Eagles 38, Cowboys 17