Eagles-Cowboys 2-Minute Drill
A quick look at the Eagles loss in Dallas.
Eagles' best number: 1 (defensive touchdowns scored by Eagles)
Eagles' worst number: 13 (penalties)
View from my living room:
It was tough to tell who had the toughest evening: Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts or Karate Kid star Martin Kove on Dancing With the Stars.
1. Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs (pick six, outstanding in coverage)
2. Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (21-for-26, 238 yards, 3 TDs)
3. Eagles defensive tackle Javon Hargrave (2 sacks, forced fumble)
Eagles' best play
Hargrave hit Prescott's arm as he was attempting a pass. Defensive tackle Fletcher Cox caught the fumble for an Eagles touchdown, their first defensive TD of the season and his third career TD.
Eagles' worst play
Diggs stepped in front of Hurts' poor pass toward DeVonta Smith as Smith was falling and returned the interception 59 yards for a TD.
The Eagles trailed 20-7, but were moving the football in the third quarter before Diggs' pick six swung the momentum back to the Cowboys.
Did you notice?
Landon Dickerson and Andre Dillard started at right guard and left tackle, respectively. Dickerson was spotted limping into the locker room after the game. ... Left guard Isaac Seumalo was carted off in the fourth quarter. Nate Herbig replaced him. ... Hargrave was dominant in the first half. ... Eagles defense had no answer for Cowboys running game. ... Greg Ward's first reception of the season went for a TD in the fourth quarter. ... Former Eagles RB Corey Clement had three carries for 0 yards for the Cowboys in the fourth quarter.