A quick look back at the Eagles 26-17 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football.

Eagles' best number: 3 (Eagles interceptions)

Eagles' worst number: 2 (Cowboys second-half touchdowns)

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View from my living room:
Cowboys-Eagles was preceded by an entertaining football game in my grandsons' backyard featuring the Bandicoots against the Devils. At one point, we were all on the same team.

Three stars

    1. Eagles safety C.J. Gardner Johnson (2 interceptions)

    1. Eagles place-kicker Jake Elliott (2 field goals, including 51-yarder)

    1. Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott (13 carries, 81 yards, TD)

Eagles' best play
Gardner Johnson left the game in the third quarter with a left hand/arm injury, but returned in the fourth quarter to make a diving interception that essentially sealed the win.

Eagles' worst play
The Eagles attempted a two-point conversion after a touchdown in the fourth quarter that never had a chance of succeeding.

Turning point
The Cowboys had some momentum after cutting the Eagles' lead to 20-17. The Eagles answered the challenge with a 13-play, 75-yard drive that ended with quarterback Jalen Hurts tossing a 7-yard TD pass to WR DeVonta Smith with 7:02 left.

Did you notice?
Eagles are 6-0 for the first time since 2004. … Eagles are the NFL's only undefeated team. … Right tackle Lane Johnson sat out the second half with a concussion. … Left guard Landon Dickerson left with a leg injury for the second straight game. … First Lady Jill Biden was booed during the pregame coin toss. … Angels outfielder Mike Trout from Millville, an Eagles' season-ticket holder, was at the game. … Eagles held Cowboys to four first downs in the first half. They had 17 in the second half. … Eagles committed just two penalties for 10 yards.

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