By: Mark Lane

Philadelphia

Eagles at Cowboys

SERIES FACTS (11)

The Cowboys are 7-5 for the ninth time in franchise history. 2/8 of those previous teams made the playoffs (1991, 1996) with only one of them (1996) having won the division.

Since 1990, when playoff formats were last tinkered with, 65/121 teams that started 7-5 made the playoffs with 23 of them having won the division.

The Eagles are 6-6 for the fourth time in team history. 1/3 of those previous teams made the playoffs, the 2006 team, which also won the division.

Since 1990, when playoff formats were last tinkered with, 33/114 teams that started 6-6 made the playoffs with 12 of those teams having won the division.


The Cowboys are 17-16 against the Eagles in December with an 8-9 record at home.


The Cowboys are 37-24 against the Eagles at home, including playoffs. Here is a breakdown by venue:

Cotton Bowl: 7-4
Texas Stadium: 26-14
AT&T Stadium: 4-6


This is the fourth late afternoon game in the series at AT&T Stadium. Here are the results for Dallas:
2009 – 24-0 – W
2011 – 7-20 – L
2014 – 10-33 – L


The Cowboys are 118-100-1 all-time in December with a 58-43 record at home.

Since 1940, the Eagles are 134-122-4 in December with a 57-66-3 record on the road.

Since 1970, the Eagles are 79-82 in late afternoon games with a 44-56 record on the road.

Since 1970, the Cowboys are 179-132 in late afternoon games with a 114-61 record at home.



DAK PRESCOTT FACTS (11)

Among quarterbacks who have started every game since Week 1, Prescott is tied with Case Keenum for the second-fewest touchdown passes with 14.

Prescott has the fourth-lowest interception percentage in the NFL at 1.4. Only Aaron Rodgers (0.2), Drew Brees (0.8), and Matt Ryan (1.1) are better.

Prescott has the 13th-lowest yards per pass attempt in the NFL at 7.3.

Prescott’s 11.0 yards per completion is tied with Brock Osweiler and Eli Manning for the eighth-lowest in the NFL.

Among quarterbacks who have started every game since Week 1, Prescott’s 222.9 passing yards per game are the lowest in the league.

Prescott’s 95.4 passer rating is the 17th-lowest in the NFL. Tom Brady is 16th at 96.8.

Prescott is the most-sacked quarterback in the NFL with 45. Since 1982, when sacks became an official statistic, Drew Bledsoe took 49 in 2005 for the Cowboys.

Prescott has the most red zone rushing touchdowns by a quarterback this season with five.

Prescott has thrown the fourth-most red zone interceptions in the NFL with two.

Prescott has the fifth-lowest red zone completion percentage in the NFL at 45.8 percent.

Prescott and Carson Wentz each have two fourth quarter comebacks, tied for the sixth-most in the NFL this season.



CARSON WENTZ FACTS (10)

Wentz is tied with Philip Rivers, Derek Carr, and Dak Prescott for the 13th-most red zone passes in the NFL with 53.

Wentz has the fifth-highest completion percentage in the league at 69.6 percent.

Wentz is tied for the 20th-most thrown interceptions in the league with seven.

Wentz is tied with Mitchell Trubisky and Brady for the 11th-highest yards per pass attempt at 7.7.

Wentz is tied with Ryan Tanehill for the 11th-lowest completion percentage in the league at 11.1.

Wentz has the ninth-highest passing yards per game at 284.6.

Wentz has the eighth-highest passer rating in the NFL at 100.6.

Wentz has taken 29 sacks through 10 games this season, the 11th-most in the NFL.

Wentz is tied with Kirk Cousins and Baker Mayfield for the 11th-most red zone touchdown passes with 15.

Wentz is tied with C.J. Beathard and Andy Dalton for the 15th-most third down sacks in the league with 10.



EZEKIEL ELLIOTT FACTS (10)

Elliott has gained 96 rushing yards in the red zone, the fourth-most in the NFL.

Elliott has the ninth-most red zone rushing touchdowns with five.

Elliott has taken 31 red zone rushing attempts, which reflect 60.8 percent of the team’s red zone carries.

Elliott has taken the most carries in the NFL with 240.

Elliott’s 4.8 yards per carry is the fourth-highest among running back with at least 175 carries this season.

Elliott’s 95.8 rushing yards per game are the second-most in the NFL.

Elliott has six rushing touchdowns on the season, tied with David Johnson and Isaiah Crowell for the 12th-most in the NFL. Johnson and Crowell play for the Arizona Cardinals and New York Jets, respectively, and both have been eliminated from the playoffs.

Elliott, Johnson, and Adrian Peterson are the only running backs with 200-plus touches who have fewer than 10 total touchdowns this season.

Among running backs with a minimum of 100 first-down carries, Elliott’s 5.14 yards per carry is the best in the NFL.

Elliott has gained 19 first downs on first-down carries, tied for the sixth-most in the NFL.



JASON GARRETT FACTS (14)


This is the 28th week of Garrett’s career that the Cowboys have been in undisputed first place in the NFC East.

Garrett is 31-20 against the NFC East.

Garrett is 13-12 against the NFC East at home.

Garrett has completed a series sweep 8/14 times since taking over as the Cowboys head coach in 2010.

Garrett has completed the series sweep 3/7 times at home with only one coming against the Eagles in 2012.

Garrett owns an 8-8 record against the Eagles. Here is how he compares to other Cowboys coaches where applicable:

Tom Landry: 36-20
Barry Switzer: 6-3
Wade Phillips: 5-2
Chan Gailey: 3-1
Jason Garrett: 8-8
Jimmy Johnson: 5-6
Bill Parcells: 3-5
Dave Campo: 0-6



Garrett is 2-6 against Philadelphia at home. Here is how that compares to other NFC East foes:
Washington: 6-3
NY Giants: 5-3
Philadelphia: 2-6



Garrett’s 18-15 December record contains the second-most such wins in club history:

Tom Landry: 63-43-1
Jason Garrett: 18-15
Jimmy Johnson: 13-7
Bill Parcells: 8-9
Barry Switzer: 7-8
Wade Phillips: 5-7
Dave Campo: 4-9
Chan Gailey: 3-5


Garrett has a 6-8 record at home in December. Here is how that compares to other Cowboys head coaches:

Tom Landry: 32-18
Jimmy Johnson: 7-2
Chan Gailey: 3-1
Dave Campo: 3-3
Jason Garrett: 6-8
Barry Switzer: 3-4
Bill Parcells: 3-4
Wade Phillips: 1-3

Garrett is 10-12 against Super Bowl-winning head coaches.

The Cowboys have committed 68 penalties, tied with the Minnesota Vikings for the fifth-fewest in the NFL.

The Cowboys’ 68 penalties are tied with the 1969, 1973, and 2017 teams for the 12th-fewest in team history.

The Cowboys are the seventh-worst team in the red zone with a 48.6 percent conversion rate.

Garrett is 21/41 on challenges for his career with a 2/5 record in 2018.


DOUG PEDERSON FACTS (12)


Pederson is 10-6 against the NFC East.

Pederson is 4-3 on the road in the NFC East.

Pederson has staved off a series sweep 1/3 times but has never done so on the road.

Pederson is on a four-game winning streak on the road in the NFC East.

Pederson is 4-3 in late afternoon games with a 2-2 record on the road.

Pederson is 5-5 in December games with a 2-3 record on the road.

Pederson is 11-12 against playoff-winning head coaches with a 3-7 record on the road.

Pederson is 2-3 against the Cowboys. Here is how he compares to other Eagles head coaches:

Andy Reid: 17-12
Buddy Ryan: 8-2
Nick Skorich: 4-2
Buck Shaw: 1-0
Joe Kuharich: 5-5
Chip Kelly: 3-3
Doug Pederson: 2-2
Marion Campbell: 1-5
Mike McCormack: 2-4
Rich Kotite: 2-7
Ray Rhodes: 3-6
Dick Vermeil: 4-10
Ed Khayat: 0-3
Jerry Williams: 0-5


The Eagles are tied with the Detroit Lions for 10th-fewest penalties in the NFL with 73.

The Eagles’ 73 penalties are tied with the 1992 team for the 39th-fewest in franchise history since 1940.

The Eagles are ranked 19th in the red zone with a 55.8 percent conversion rate.

Pederson is 10/20 on challenges for his career with a 1/3 rate in 2018.



BROADCAST FACTS (8)

Dallas is 131-121 all-time on FOX, including postseason.

Since 1970, this is the 24th late afternoon game in the series. Dallas holds a 15-8 advantage.

A win Sunday will ensure the Cowboys finish with the 12th-most single-season wins on FOX with five.

The Cowboys have completed a series sweep of a NFC East opponent 22/41 times on FOX.


Joe Buck and Troy Aikman are calling Sunday’s action for FOX. This will be the 11th game between the two teams the broadcasters have done. Here are the results:


2003 – Cowboys at Eagles – 36-10 PHI
2004 – Cowboys at Eagles – 12-7 PHI
2005 – Eagles at Cowboys – 33-10 DAL
2006 – Cowboys at Eagles – 38-24 PHI
2007 – Eagles at Cowboys – 10-6 PHI
2008 – Cowboys at Eagles – 44-6 PHI
2009 – Eagles at Cowboys – 24-0 DAL
2011 – Eagles at Cowboys – 20-7 PHI
2012 – Cowboys at Eagles – 38-23 DAL
2014 – Eagles at Cowboys – 33-10 PHI
2015 – Eagles at Cowboys – 20-10 DAL


The Cowboys are 36-41 when Joe Buck does play-by-play for their games.

Dallas is 42-47 when Troy Aikman does color commentary for their games.


Pat Summerall has called the most games between Philadelphia and Dallas with 24 over his career with CBS and FOX.




CLETE BLAKEMAN FACTS (15)


This week’s referee is Clete Blakeman, who last refereed the Cowboys-Titans game in Week 9. The Cowboys are 3-5 when he referees their games. Here are the results:

2010 – JAX, 17-35 – L
2012 – PIT, 27-24 – W-OT
2014 – @Rams, 34-31 – W
2014 – PHI, 10-33 – L
2015 – NE, 6-30 – L
2016 – @PIT, 35-30 – W
2017 – Rams, 30-35 – L
2018 – OTI, 14-28 – L



The Cowboys have had fewer penalties than the opposition 4/8 time with Blakeman:

2010 – JAX: 6/36; DAL: 3/20
2012 – PIT: 0/0; DAL: 8/61
2014 – Rams: 8/119; DAL: 3/15
2014 – PHI: 4/20; DAL: 6/42
2015 – NE: 9/65; DAL: 7/50
2016 – PIT: 4/40; DAL: 10/98
2017 – Rams: 7/41; DAL: 4/45
2018 – OTI: 3/20; DAL: 6/52



Blakeman has the second-lowest home team winning percentage in the NFL:
Tony Corrente: .833
Carl Cheffers: .818
John Hussey: .818
Clay Martin: .750
Walt Coleman: .750
Alex Kemp: .727
Shawn Hochuli: .727
Bill Vinovich: .636
Jerome Boger: .583
Craig Wrolstad: .583
John Parry: .546
Brad Allen: .546
Walt Anderson: .546
Pete Morelli: .455
Ron Torbert: .455
CLETE BLAKEMAN: .363
Shawn Smith: .227


Blakeman is tied for the fifth-highest percentage of home teams having fewer penalties:
Craig Wrolstad: .917
Pete Morelli: .727
Shawn Hochuli: .636
Tony Corrente: .583
CLETE BLAKEMAN: .546
Bill Vinovich: .546
John Hussey: .546
Brad Allen: .546
Walt Coleman: .500
Jerome Boger: .500
Alex Kemp: .455
Walt Anderson: .455
Shawn Smith: .455
Ron Torbert: .367
Clay Martin: .333
John Parry: .273
Carl Cheffers: .182



Blakeman has refereed 10 Eagles games with the club earning an 8-2 record. Here are the results:

2010 – @DET, 35-32 – W
2010 – @WAS, 59-28 – W
2011 – NYJ, 45-19 – W
2012 – @NO, 13-28 – L
2013 – @TB, 31-20 – W
2014 – NYG, 27-0 – W
2014 – @DAL, 33-10 – W
2016 – NYG, 24-19 – W
2017 – SF, 33-10 – W
2018 – CAR, 17-21 – L


Philadelphia has won the penalty battle 8/10 times under Blakeman:

2010 – DET: 9/51; PHI: 9/75
2010 – WAS: 6/41; PHI: 6/35
2011 – NYJ: 11/93; PHI: 7/62
2012 – NO: 4/35; PHI: 7/58
2013 – TB: 8/72; PHI: 3/31
2014 – NYG: 10/75; PHI: 3/25
2014 – DAL: 6/42; PHI: 4/20
2016 – NYG: 5/50; PHI: 1/5
2017 – SF: 6/69; PHI: 4/35
2018 – CAR: 5/78; PHI: 4/35

Blakeman’s games have featured the fourth-lowest sacks per game on average:
Cheffers: 6.9
Anderson: 5.9
Martin: 5.8
Kemp: 5.6
Allen: 5.4
Hochuli: 5.3
Coleman: 5.1
Smith: 5.1
Hussey: 5.0
Torbert: 4.9
Wrolstad: 4.8
Corrente: 4.8
Morelli: 4.6
BLAKEMAN: 4.5
Vinovich: 4.4
Parry: 3.9
Boger: 3.8


Blakeman’s crew is tied for the fourth-highest offensive holding calls on average:
Hochuli: 4.6
Wrolstad: 3.6
Cheffers: 3.1
BLAKEMAN: 2.6
Parry: 2.6
Boger: 2.5
Smith: 2.5
Martin: 2.3
Morelli: 2.1
Anderson: 3.0
Kemp: 3.0
Torbert: 3.0
Allen: 2.0
Coleman: 1.8
Corrente: 1.6
Hussey: 1.6
Vinovich: 1.0



NFC East home teams are 2-2 when Blakeman referees. Here are the results:

2010 – Philadelphia at Washington – 59-28 Philadelphia
2014 – NY Giants at Philadelphia – 27-0 Philadelphia
2014 – Philadelphia at Dallas – 33-10 Philadelphia
2016 – NY Giants at Philadelphia – 24-19 Philadelphia



Home teams are 2/4 when it comes to having fewer penalties in NFC East games with Blakeman:
2010 – WAS: 6/41; PHI: 6/35
2014 – NYG: 10/75; PHI: 3/25
2014 – DAL: 6/42; PHI: 4/20
2016 – NYG: 5/50; PHI: 1/5



With Blakeman under the hood, the Cowboys are 2/4 on challenges with the opposition going 1/5 while Replay Assistant is 3/9 with only one call benefitting Dallas.


The Eagles are 3/4 on challenges with Blakeman with the opposition going 2/6 while Replay Assistant is 2/5 with four calls benefiting Philadelphia.


Blakeman has the fifth-highest overturn rate on coach’s challenges this season:
Allen: .800 (4/5)
Anderson: .636 (7/11)
Hussey: .625 (5/8)
Parry: .571 (4/7)
Torbert: .500 (3/6)
Cheffers: .500 (3/6)
BLAKEMAN: .500 (2/4)
Morelli: .500 (1/2)
Coleman: .400 (2/5)
Corrente: .375 (3/8)
Hochuli: .333 (1/3)
Smith: .250 (1/4)
Wrolstad: .222 (2/9)
Vinovich: .200 (1/5)
Kemp: .167 (1/6)
Martin: .167 (1/6)
Boger: .143 (1/7)



Blakeman is an attorney, specializing in personal injury for Carlson & Burnett in Omaha, Nebraska.


Blakeman was a backup quarterback for the Nebraska Cornhuskers from 1984-87.



MISCELLANEOUS FACTS (9)


Cowboys rookie linebacker Leighton Vander Esch has the fourth-most combined tackles in the NFL with 103.

Vander Esch is tied for the fourth-most pass breakups by a linebacker with seven.

Opposing quarterbacks have compiled a 95.4 passer rating against the Cowboys, the 15th-highest in the NFL.

The Eagles defense is tied with the Buccaneers, Dolphins, and Raiders for the fifth-highest yards per carry allowed at 5.0.

Philadelphia surrenders 103.7 rushing yards per game, the 10th-fewest in the NFL.

The Cowboys are 5-3 on Dec. 9. Here are the results:

1962 – @CRD, 20-52 – L
1972 – WAS, 34-24 – W
1973 – WAS, 27-7 – W
1984 – WAS, 28-30 – L
2001 – NYG, 20-13 – W
2007 – @DET, 28-27 – W
2012 – @CIN, 20-19 – W
2013 – @CHI, 28-45 – L


The Eagles are 5-5 on Dec. 9. Here are the results:

1945 – Boston Yanks, 35-7 – W
1951 – NYG, 7-23 – L
1956 – @WAS, 17-19 – L
1962 – PIT, 17-26 – L
1973 – NYJ, 24-23 – W
1984 – NE, 27-17 – W
1990 – @MIA, 20-23 – L-OT
2001 – SDG, 24-14 – W
2007 – NYG, 13-16 – L
2012 – @TB, 23-21 – W


The Cowboys have four birthdays to celebrate on Dec. 9:

1964 – Gerald White, RB, 1987
1971 – Chris Boniol, K, 1994-96
1979 – Andrew Davison, DB, 2003
1988 – Korey Toomer, LB, 2014


The Cowboys also have a death to remember in guard John Wilbur. Born May 21, 1943, Wilbur played for the Cowboys from 1966-69. He died Dec. 9, 2013, the day the Cowboys were demolished by the Chicago Bears 45-28 on Monday Night Football at Solider Field.

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SERIES FACTS (12)

This the seventh time in franchise history the Cowboys have started 3-5. None of those previous six teams made the playoffs.

Since 1990, when playoff formats were last tinkered with, 13/163 teams that started 3-5 made the playoffs.

This is the 19th time the Eagles have started 4-4. 4/18 of those previous teams made the playoffs.

1990, when playoff formats were last tinkered with, teams that have started 4-4 have made the playoffs 54/170 times. 19/54 of those teams won the division.

This is the 15th-straight season a game from the Dallas-Philadelphia series will be in prime time, making it the longest prime time streak in current NFL rivalries.

This is the 25th prime time game the Cowboys will play against the Eagles. It is tied for second-most against a divisional opponent in Dallas history but the most against any divisional opponent in Philadelphia history.

The Cowboys have only ever opened up their series against the Eagles with a win 31/58 times. 17/31 of those initial wins came in Philadelphia.

Dallas is 16-13 against the Eagles in November with an 8-4 record on the road.

The Dallas Cowboys are 29-27 against the Philadelphia Eagles on the road. Here is the breakdown by venue:

Franklin Field: 4-6
Veterans Stadium: 16-15
Lincoln Financial Field: 9-6


The Cowboys’ 9-6 record at Lincoln Financial Field is the best among NFC East opponents:

Dallas: 9-6
New York: 5-11
Washington: 7-9


Philadelphia is coming off of a bye. The Cowboys are 20-10 against teams coming off of bye weeks with a 2-3 record against Philadelphia and an 8-8 record on the road.

The Eagles are 22-7 coming off of bye weeks with a 14-4 record at home.


DAK PRESCOTT FACTS (16)

Among quarterbacks who have started since Week 1, Prescott has the fifth-lowest yards per pass attempt in the NFL at 7.0.

Among quarterbacks who have started since Week 1, Prescott has the ninth-lowest yards per completion in the league at 11.1.

Among quarterbacks who have started since Week 1, Prescott’s 207.5 yards per game are the worst in the NFL.

Prescott’s 88.9 passer rating is the fifth-worst among quarterbacks who have started since Week 1.

Prescott’s 28 sacks are the third-most in the NFL.

Among quarterbacks with a minimum of 200 passes, Prescott’s 62.9 completion percentage is the fourth-worst in the NFL.

The only quarterback who has started since Week 1 and completed fewer passes than Prescott (149) is Russell Wilson with 146.

Prescott is tied with Ben Roethlisberger, Jared Goff, Derek Carr, Blake Bortles, and Jameis Winston for the second-most red zone interceptions in the NFL with two.

Among quarterbacks who have started since Week 1, Prescott has the fifth-highest completion percentage inside the 10-yard line at 57.1.

According to Next Gen Stats, Prescott is third in the NFL in “time to throw” at 3.04 seconds.

Prescott’s 6.1 “completed air yards” are the 10th-highest among quarterbacks who have started since Week 1, according to Next Gen Stats.

According to Next Gen Stats, Prescott throws 0.7 yards behind the line to gain, which is the same as Matt Ryan, Andy Dalton, and Josh Rosen.

Prescott is tied with Kirk Cousins and Case Keenum for the third-most sacks on third down with 13.

Prescott has been sacked the most in the NFL on first down with 11.

Among quarterbacks who have started since Week 1, Prescott has the second-lowest yards per pass attempt on third down at 5.6.

Prescott’s 74.0 passer rating on third down is the worst among quarterbacks who have started since Week 1.


CARSON WENTZ FACTS (15)

On third down, Wentz’s 99.1 passer rating is the eighth-highest among quarterbacks with a minimum of 50 passes.

On third down, Wentz’s 7.2 yards per pass attempt is tied with Andrew Luck for the 12-highest in the NFL among quarterbacks with a minimum of 50 passes.

On third down, among quarterbacks with a minimum of 50 attempts, Wentz has the 11th-worst completion percentage on third down at 58.9.

Wentz is 11-12 when he gets sacked twice or more compared to 10-2 when he sacked once or fewer.

Of the 12 games Wentz has had with a sack or fewer, 1/12 have occurred in 2018.

Wentz is 15-5 when his passer rating is above 90.0 compared to 6-9 when it is not.

5/20 of Wentz’s 90-plus passer rating games have come in 2018, but the Eagles have only won in two of them.

Wentz is tied for the second-best completion percentage inside the 10-yard line at 66.7 percent.

Wentz is tied with Joe Flacco for the 15th-most red zone touchdown passes with 10.

Wentz has yet to throw a red zone interception since 2016.

Wentz is 10th in the NFL at 7.9 yards per pass attempt.

Wentz’s 109.6 passer rating is the seventh-best in the NFL.

Wentz’s 70.7 completion percentage is the fifth-highest in the NFL.

Wentz has been sacked 21 times this season, tied for 13th-most in the NFL. He was sacked 23 times through nine games in 2017, which were the eighth-most in the NFL at the time.

Wentz’s 0.9 interception percentage is the third-lowest in the NFL behind Aaron Rodgers (0.3) and Drew Brees (0.4).


JASON GARRETT FACTS (16)

This is the second 3-5 start in Garrett’s career and now leads the Cowboys for the most such starts.


Garrett owns a 22-20 record in prime time with a 9-11 record on the road.


Garrett is 20-14 in November with a 10-5 record on the road.


Garrett owns an 8-8 record against the Eagles. Here is how he compares to other Cowboys coaches where applicable:

Tom Landry: 36-20
Barry Switzer: 6-3
Wade Phillips: 5-2
Jason Garrett: 8-8
Chan Gailey: 3-1
Jimmy Johnson: 5-6
Bill Parcells: 3-5
Dave Campo: 0-6


Garrett is 15-9 in the first games of a series against NFC East foes with a 7-2 record on the road.

Garrett has a 29-19 record against the NFC East with a 17-8 record on the road.


Garrett is 6-2 against the Eagles on the road. Here is how that compares to the rest of the NFC East:

Philadelphia: 6-2
Washington: 6-2
New York: 5-3


Garrett is currently 31-32 without Tony Romo under center.

Garrett is 17-13 on the road without Romo under center.

Garrett is 3-5 against Philadelphia without Romo. Here is how that compares to other divisional opponents:
Washington: 6-2
NY Giants: 4-3
Philadelphia: 3-5

Garrett is 8-12 against Super Bowl-winning head coaches.


Garrett is 1/4 on challenges this season. Last season, Garrett was 1/5, and 1/3 the season before that.

The Cowboys are tied for the sixth-fewest penalties in the NFL with 49.

The Cowboys’ 49 penalties through the first eight games are tied for the 19th-fewest in franchise history.

Dallas is tied with Buffalo for the ninth-worst red zone conversion rate in the NFL at 50 percent.

The Cowboys have the fifth-worst third down conversion rate in the NFL at 33.3 percent.


DOUG PEDERSON FACTS (11)

Pederson has won the opening contest of a division series 4/7 times since becoming Eagles head coach.

Pederson is 8-5 against the NFC East with a 4-2 record at home.

Pederson is 11-10 against playoff-winning head coaches with an 8-4 record at home.

Pederson is 8-3 in prime time games with a 4-1 record at home.

Pederson is 2-2 against the Cowboys. Here is how he compares to other Eagles head coaches:

Andy Reid: 17-12
Buddy Ryan: 8-2
Nick Skorich: 4-2
Buck Shaw: 1-0
Joe Kuharich: 5-5
Chip Kelly: 3-3
Doug Pederson: 2-2
Marion Campbell: 1-5
Mike McCormack: 2-4
Rich Kotite: 2-7
Ray Rhodes: 3-6
Dick Vermeil: 4-10
Ed Khayat: 0-3
Jerry Williams: 0-5



The Eagles are tied with the Cardinals for 15th-fewest penalties in the NFL with 55.

The Eagles’ 55 penalties through the first eight games are tied for the 27th-most in team history since 1940.

The Eagles have the 15th-lowest red zone conversion rate in the NFL at 54.8 percent.


Pederson joins Jerry Williams, Ed Khayat, and Marion Campbell as the only Eagles head coaches to have once played for the Eagles.


Pederson’s first ever career win was against the Dallas Cowboys, a 13-10 win on Oct. 10, 1999 at Veterans Stadium, which was Andy Reid’s first career win and also Michael Irvin’s last game.


The Cowboys are 1/3 teams Pederson defeated while a quarterback. The other two were the Bears and the Patriots.


BROADCAST FACTS (13)

This is the 10th-straight year the Cowboys and Eagles have played each other on Sunday Night Football, the longest streak between two opponents in the package.

This is the 42nd NFC East game on Sunday Night Football since 2006.

Dallas is 25-20 on
NBC Sunday Night Football, including playoff games and NFL Specials.

The Eagles are 17-17 on
NBC Sunday Night Football, including playoff games and NFL Specials.

This will be Al Michaels’ 21st game in the series, second-most to Pat Summerall’s 24.

The Cowboys are 52-36 when Michaels calls their games.

The Eagles are 36-34 when Michaels does play-by-play.

This will be the 12th game in the series Cris Collinsworth will call. The most in the series is John Madden with 20.

The Cowboys are 26-21 when Collinsworth does color commentary for their games.

The Eagles are 27-20 when Collinsworth calls their games.

The Eagles have played on Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday on NBC.

On KXAS, the NBC affiliate for Dallas-Fort Worth, the Cowboys are an all-time 51-35, including simulcast cable games from 1987-90.

The first regular season match-up between the Eagles and Cowboys on Sept. 30, 1960 – a Friday night – was not televised.


JOHN PARRY FACTS (11)

This week’s referee is John Parry. The Cowboys are 8-6 when he referees. Here are the results:
2007 – GB, 37-27 – W
2008 – @Rams, 14-34 – L
2008 – SEA, 34-9 – W
2009 – @WAS, 17-0 – W
2010 – @NYG, 35-41 – L
2011 – DET, 30-34 – L
2012 – @ATL, 13-19 – L
2013 – @PHI, 17-3 – W
2014 – @JAX, 31-17 – W
2015 – @NYG, 20-27 – L
2015 – WAS, 23-34 – L
2016 – @Ravens, 27-17 – W
2017 – @PHI, 6-0 – W
2018 – NYG, 20-13 – W




The Cowboys have had fewer penalties than the opposition 6/14 times with Parry:


2007 – GB: 9/142; DAL: 10/65
2008 – Rams: 5/32; DAL: 8/56
2008 – SEA: 5/46; DAL: 5/38
2009 – WAS: 4/33; DAL: 4/21
2010 – NYG: 6/46; DAL: 5/42
2011 – DET: 10/75; DAL: 7/33
2012 – ATL: 2/15; DAL: 7/50
2013 – PHI: 5/33; DAL: 12/75
2014 – JAX: 2/19; DAL: 9/65
2015 – NYG: 3/13; DAL: 7/46
2015 – WAS: 3/20; DAL: 4/44
2016 – Ravens: 12/136; DAL: 5/45
2017 – PHI: 7/49; DAL: 7/64
2018 – NYG: 3/24; DAL: 6/47


Parry has the seventh-lowest home team winning percentage this season:
Shawn Hochuli: .875
Tony Corrente: .813
Brad Allen: .750
Carl Cheffers: .750
John Hussey: .750
Alex Kemp: .714
Bill Vinovich: .625
Craig Wrolstad: .625
Clay Martin: .625
Jerome Boger: .625
John Parry: .571
Walt Coleman: .500
Walt Anderson: .500
Pete Morelli: .500
Ron Torbert: .500
Clete Blakeman: .250
Shawn Smith: .188


Parry has the second-lowest percentage of home teams having fewer penalties:
Craig Wrolstad: 1.000
Pete Morelli: .875
Tony Corrente: .750
Bill Vinovich: .750
Shawn Hochuli: .750
John Hussey: .625
Alex Kemp: .571
Brad Allen: .500
Walt Anderson: .500
Jerome Boger: .500
Walt Coleman: .375
Clete Blakeman: .375
Clay Martin: .375
Ron Torbert: .375
Shawn Smith: .375
John Parry: .286
Carl Cheffers: .250




The Eagles are 5-5 with Parry. Here are the results:

2007 – @WAS, 33-25 – W
2009 – KC, 34-14 – W
2009 – @NYG, 45-38 – W
2010 – GB, 20-27 – L
2010 – @NYG, 38-31 – W
2013 – DAL, 3-17 – L
2014 – @HTX, 31-21 – W
2015 – @DET, 14-45 – L
2016 – @WAS, 20-27 – L
2017 – DAL, 0-6 – L



The Eagles have had fewer penalties with Parry 7/10 times:

2007 – WAS: 11/74; PHI: 5/38
2009 – KC: 10/90; PHI: 3/20
2009 – NYG: 7/54; PHI: 6/45
2010 – GB: 2/15; PHI: 10/80
2010 – NYG: 4/35; PHI: 5/30
2013 – DAL: 12/75; PHI: 5/33
2014 – HTX: 9/54; PHI: 7/55
2015 – DET: 4/29; PHI: 2/30
2016 – WAS: 9/75; PHI: 13/114
2017 – DAL: 7/64; PHI: 7/49



Parry’s games feature the absolute fewest sacks in the NFL this season among referees:
Cheffers: 6.9
Hochuli: 6.3
Smith: 5.8
Martin: 5.6
Coleman: 5.6
Allen: 5.4
Morelli: 5.4
Anderson: 5.4
Kemp: 5.1
Corrente: 4.9
Torbert: 4.6
Wrolstad: 4.5
Hussey: 4.5
Vinovich: 4.3
Boger: 4.3
Blakeman: 4.1
Parry: 3.3


Parry’s have the ninth-highest rate of offensive holding calls:
Hochuli: 4.1
Wrolstad: 3.6
Kemp: 3.3
Smith: 2.9
Torbert: 2.9
Anderson: 2.8
Cheffers: 2.8
Martin: 2.4
Parry: 2.1
Morelli: 2
Blakeman: 2
Corrente: 2
Boger: 1.9
Hussey: 1.9
Allen: 1.6
Coleman: 1.4
Vinovich: 0.8




Under John Parry, the Cowboys are 0/4 on challenges while their opponents are 6/7. Replay Assistant is 2/4 with none of the calls benefiting the Cowboys.



With Parry, the Eagles are 3/4 on challenges while their opponents are 0/4. Replay Assistant is 1/7 with three of those calls having benefited Philadelphia.


Parry is tied for the third-highest overturn rate on challenges this season:
Allen: 1.000 (2/2)
Hussey: .667 (4/6)
Parry: .600 (3/5)
Cheffers: .600 (3/5)
Hochuli: .500 (1/2)
Morelli: .500 (1/2)
Torbert: .500 (3/6)
Anderson: .500 (3/6)
Blakeman: .333 (1/3)
Coleman: .333 (1/3)
Corrente: .333 (2/6)
Vinovich: .250 (1/4)
Wrolstad: .200 (1/5)
Martin: .200 (1/5)
Boger: .200 (1/5)
Kemp: .000 (0/3)
Smith: .000 (0/2)



MISCELLANEOUS FACTS (6)

Ezekiel Elliott’s 18.6 attempts per game are the third-most in the NFL.

Elliott’s 680 rushing yards are the fourth-most in the NFL.

The Cowboys are 4-3 on Nov. 11. Here are the results:
1962 – NYG, 10-41 – L
1973 – @NYG, 23-10 – W
1984 – @CRD, 24-17 – W
1990 – SF, 6-24 – L
2001 – @ATL, 13-20 – L
2007 – @NYG, 31-20 – W
2012 – @PHI, 38-23 – W


The Eagles are 4-6 on Nov. 11. Here are the results:

1933 – Brooklyn Dodgers, 7-10 – L
1945 – NYG, 38-17 – W
1951 – @CLE, 17-20 – L
1956 – PIT, 14-7 – W
1962 – GB, 0-49 – L
1973 – ATL, 27-44 – L
1984 – @MIA, 23-24 – L
2001 – MIN, 48-17 – W
2007 – @WAS, 33-25 – W
2012 – DAL, 23-38 – L

The Cowboys have six birthdays to celebrate on Nov. 11:
1930 – Bob Fry, OT, 1960-64
1968 – Lin Elliott, K, 1992-93
1968 – John Jett, P, 1993-96
1983 – Tony Curtis, TE, 2006-08
1986 – Mark Sanchez, QB, 2016
1991 – Jayrone Elliott, LB, 2017


The Cowboys have a death to remember on Nov. 11. In 2007, Dick Nolan died at the age of 75. He played defensive back for Dallas in 1962, but he was the club’s defensive coordinator from 1962-67. He returned as a position coach from 1982-90 and coached the receivers from 1982-85 and the secondary from 1986-90.

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SERIES FACTS (13)

This is the 10th time the Cowboys have started 5-4. 4/9 of the teams made the playoffs with only two having won the division.

Since 1990, when playoff formats were last realigned, 75/153 of teams that started 5-4 made the playoffs.

This is the fourth time in franchise history the Eagles have started 8-1. Every season led not only to a playoff appearance but a berth in the NFL’s championship game at the time: 1949, 1960, 1980, 2004.

Since 1990, when playoff formats were last realigned, there have been 33/34 teams to have started 8-1 and make the playoffs. 32/33 of those teams were division winners.

This is the 14th-straight season a game from the Dallas-Philadelphia series will be in prime time, making it the longest prime time streak in current NFL rivalries.

This is the 24th prime time game the Cowboys will play against the Eagles. It is tied for second-most against a divisional opponent in Dallas history but the most against any divisional opponent in Philadelphia history.

The Cowboys have only ever opened up their series against the Eagles with a win 31/57 times. 14/31 of those initial wins came in Dallas.

The Cowboys are 24-36 against the Eagles at home, including playoffs. Here is a breakdown by venue:

Cotton Bowl: 4-7
Texas Stadium: 14-26
AT&T Stadium: 6-3

Dallas is 16-12 against the Eagles in November with an 8-8 record at home.

The Cowboys are 33-16 in pre-Thanksgiving games and currently on a 12-game winning streak.

This is the 25th time the Cowboys will be at home the Sunday before Thanksgiving. Dallas has an 18-5 record in such games.

Philadelphia is coming off of a bye. The Cowboys are 20-8 against teams coming off of bye weeks with a 2-3 record against Philadelphia and a 12-2 record at home.

The Eagles are 21-7 coming off of bye weeks with a 7-3 record on the road.


DAK PRESCOTT FACTS (10)

The Eagles sacked Prescott two times for a total of 14 yards last season.

The second and fourth lowest passer ratings of Prescott’s rookie seasons came against the Eagles (63.0 on Jan. 1; 79.8 on Oct. 30).

Prescott has 32 carries for 237 yards and five touchdowns. Last year, he had 31 carries for 125 yards and four touchdowns.

Prescott has the fifth-most rushing yards for a quarterback. Among the quarterbacks in the top-5, Prescott has the second-best yards per carry at 7.41.

Despite being sacked eight times last week, Prescott has the 24th-fewest sacks among quarterbacks with a minimum of 50 pass attempts.

On first down, Prescott has a 102.6 passer rating, 7.0 yards per attempt, and Dez Bryant is his most-targeted receiver with 32 passes. In 2016 through the first nine games, Prescott had a 102.7 passer rating, 7.6 yards per attempt, and Jason Witten was his most-targeted receiver with 20 targets.

On second down, Prescott has a 101.3 passer rating, 7.4 yards per attempt, and Bryant his most-targeted receiver with 29 passes. Through the first nine games of 2016, Prescott had a 113.0 passer rating, 9.0 yards per attempt, and Witten his most-targeted receiver with 27 passes.

On third down, Prescott has an 88.8 passer rating, 6.1 yards per attempt, and Bryant his most-targeted receiver with 19 passes. In 2016 through the first nine games, Prescott had a 100.6 passer rating, 8.3 yards per attempt, and Cole Beasley his most-targeted receiver with 21 passes.

Prescott is tied with Jared Goff and Deshaun Watson for the fourth-most red zone passing touchdowns with 12. Bryant and Beasley are tied for the most touchdowns with four.

Prescott is tied with Le’Veon Bell and Devonta Freeman for the fourth-most red zone rushing touchdowns with five, the most among quarterbacks.



CARSON WENTZ FACTS (12)

Wentz is 9-8 when he gets sacked twice or more compared to 6-2 when he sacked once or fewer.

Of the eight games Wentz has had with a sack or fewer, 3/8 have occurred in 2017 with all of them being victories.

Wentz is 10-2 when his passer rating is above 90.0 compared to 5-8 when it is not.

7/12 of Wentz’s 90-plus passer rating games have come in 2017 with every single one a victory.

Wentz has a 104.1 passer rating through nine games versus 87.6 through nine games his rookie season. Here is a comparison along that includes team rushing yards per attempt, points allowed, takeaways, and yards surrendered:

2016 –22/35, 236 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT; 4.26 (14th); 160 (T-3); 16 (T-5); 2,906 (6th)
2017 –20/32, 251 yards, 3 TD, 1 INT; 4.35 (10th); 179 (10); 16 (6th); 2,843 (10th)

Wentz is 125.1 on third down in 2017, the best in the NFL among quarterbacks with at least 40 pass attempts. Last year, it was 80.4 through the first nine games.

Wentz has the most red zone touchdowns in the NFL with 15 and is tied for second-most in the NFL with passing touchdowns inside the 10 with nine.

Wentz has yet to throw a red zone interception in 2017. He threw one in 2016.

Wentz is eighth in the NFL with 7.8 yards per pass attempt.

Wentz is third in the NFL with 12.9 yards per completion.

Wentz is 12th in the NFL with 251.3 yards per game. In 2016, he was 20th in the NFL with 235.7 per game.

Wentz has been sacked 23 times in 2017, tied for eighth-most in the NFL. In 2016 through nine games, he was sacked 19 times, tied for 16th in the NFL.


JASON GARRETT FACTS (11)

This is the third 5-4 start of Garrett’s career. He has never made the playoffs as a result.


Garrett owns a 19-17 record in prime time with an 11-7 record at home.


Garrett is 19-11 in November with a 10-7 record at home.


Garrett owns a 7-7 record against the Eagles. Here is how he compares to other Cowboys coaches where applicable:

Tom Landry: 36-20
Barry Switzer: 6-3
Wade Phillips: 5-2
Chan Gailey: 3-1
Jason Garrett: 7-7
Jimmy Johnson: 5-6
Bill Parcells: 3-5
Dave Campo: 0-6


Garrett is 14-7 in the first games of a series against NFC East foes with a 7-6 record at home.

Garrett has a 25-17 record against the NFC East with a 10-11 record at home.


Garrett is 2-5 against the Eagles at home, by far his worst record against a divisional opponent in AT&T Stadium:

Washington: 4-2
New York: 4-3
Philadelphia: 2-5


Garrett is currently 24-24 without Tony Romo under center with a 2-4 mark against Philadelphia:
Washington: 5-1
NY Giants: 2-3
Philadelphia: 2-4


Garrett is 6-0 in pre-Thanksgiving games with a 3-0 record against NFC East teams.

Garrett is 24-15 against quarterbacks who have never been to the playoffs with a 10-7 record at home.

Garrett is 19/33 for his career with a 1/2 record in 2017.


DOUG PEDERSON FACTS (12)

Pederson has won the opening contest of a division series 2/5 times since becoming Eagles head coach.

Pederson is 5-4 against the NFC East with a 1-3 record on the road.

Pederson is 4-6 against playoff-winning head coaches with a 1-5 record on the road.

Pederson is 4-2 in prime time games with a 2-1 record on the road.

The Eagles are tied with Pittsburgh and Arizona for 13th-most penalties in the NFL with 63.

The Eagles have scored 283 points through nine games, the third-most in team history.

Pederson is 1-1 against the Cowboys. Here is how he compares to other Eagles head coaches:

Andy Reid: 17-12
Buddy Ryan: 8-2
Nick Skorich: 4-2
Buck Shaw: 1-0
Joe Kuharich: 5-5
Chip Kelly: 3-3
Doug Pederson: 1-1
Marion Campbell: 1-5
Mike McCormack: 2-4
Rich Kotite: 2-7
Ray Rhodes: 3-6
Dick Vermeil: 4-10
Ed Khayat: 0-3
Jerry Williams: 0-5


Pederson is 1/4 Eagles head coaches to lead the team to an 8-1 start and the first to do so in his second season.


Pederson joins Jerry Williams, Ed Khayat, and Marion Campbell as the only Eagles head coaches to have once played for the Eagles.


Pederson’s first ever career win was against the Dallas Cowboys, a 13-10 win on Oct. 10, 1999 at Veterans Stadium, which was Andy Reid’s first career win and also Michael Irvin’s last game.


The Cowboys are 1/3 teams Pederson defeated while a quarterback. The other two were the Bears and the Patriots.

Pederson is 7/12 on challenges for his career with a 1/2 record in 2017.


BROADCAST FACTS (13)

This is the ninth-straight year the Cowboys and Eagles have played each other on Sunday Night Football, the longest streak between two opponents in the package.

This is the 39th NFC East game on Sunday Night Football since 2006.

Dallas is 23-18 on NBC Sunday Night Football, including playoff games and NFL Specials.

The Eagles are 13-16 on NBC Sunday Night Football, including playoff games and NFL Specials.

This will be Al Michaels’ 20th game in the series, second-most to Pat Summerall’s 24.

The Cowboys are 50-34 when Michaels calls their games.

The Eagles are 32-33 when Michaels does play-by-play.

This will be the 11th game in the series Cris Collinsworth will call. The most in the series is John Madden with 20.

The Cowboys are 23-19 when Collinsworth calls their games.

The Eagles are 23-19 when Collinsworth calls their games.

The Eagles have played on Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday on NBC.

On KXAS, the NBC affiliate for Dallas-Fort Worth, the Cowboys are an all-time 49-33, including simulcast cable games from 1987-90.

The first regular season match-up between the Eagles and Cowboys on Sept. 30, 1960 – a Friday night – was not televised.


BILL VINOVICH FACTS (12)

Sunday’s referee is Bill Vinovich. The Cowboys have a 7-3 record when he officiates their games. Here is record:

2004 – @CIN, 3-26 – L
2004 – WAS, 13-10 – W
2005 – PHI, 33-10 – W
2006 – Colts, 21-14 – W
2012 – @CIN, 20-19 – W
2013 – @DET, 30-31 – L
2014 – @NYG, 31-28 – W
2015 – NYG, 27-26 – W
2015 – @TB, 6-10 – L
2016 – @WAS, 27-23 – W



The Cowboys have had fewer penalties than their opposition 6/10 times with Vinovich:

2004 – CIN: 4/20; DAL: 7/46
2004 – WAS: 8/69; DAL: 1/13
2005 – PHI: 8/54; DAL: 5/48
2006 – Colts: 5/35; DAL: 7/53
2012 – CIN: 8/70; DAL: 6/49
2013 – DET: 8/61; DAL: 2/31
2014 – NYG: 5/30; DAL: 7/63
2015 – NYG: 5/44; DAL: 3/35
2015 – TB: 7/62; DAL: 6/68
2016 – WAS: 8/51; DAL: 6/39


Vinovich has the third-lowest home team winning percentage in the NFL:

Gene Steratore: .889
Pete Morelli: .857
Brad Allen: .750
John Hussey: .750
John Parry: .625
Carl Cheffers: .556
Ron Torbert: .556
Ed Hochuli: .500
Walt Coleman: .444
Tony Corrente: .444
Terry McAulay: .444
Walt Anderson: .444
Jerome Boger: .444
Jeff Triplette: .444
Bill Vinovich: .400
Clete Blakeman: .333
Craig Wrolstad: .286


Vinovich has the fourth-highest percentage of home teams having fewer penalties in his games:

Pete Morelli: .929
Gene Steratore: .779
Brad Allen: .750
Bill Vinovich: .700
Walt Anderson: .667
John Hussey: .625
Craig Wrolstad: .571
Clete Blakeman: .556
Ron Torbert: .556
Jerome Boger: .500
John Parry: .500
Carl Cheffers: .444
Walt Coleman: .444
Jeff Triplette: .444
Tony Corrente: .444
Ed Hochuli: .250
Terry McAulay: .222


The Eagles are 1-6 with Vinovich. Here are the results:

2005 – @DAL, 10-33 – L
2006 – @NO, 27-24 – L
2012 – DET, 23-26 – L-OT
2013 – NO, 24-26 – L
2014 – Rams, 34-28 – W
2014 – SEA, 14-24 – L
2016 – @NYG, 23-28 – L


The Eagles have had fewer penalties 5/7 times with Vinovich:

2005 – DAL: 5/48; PHI: 8/54
2006 – NO: 7/64; PHI: 8/67
2012 – DET: 16/132; PHI: 9/60
2012 – NO: 7/85; PHI: 4/38
2014 – Rams: 10/82; PHI: 4/39
2014 – SEA: 8/67; PHI: 4/69
2016 – NYG: 5/30; PHI: 4/43


Vinovich’s games feature the second-most sacks per game on average:

Parry: 5.6
Vinovich: 5.3
Triplette: 5.3
Cheffers: 5.3
Corrente: 5.3
Coleman: 5.2
Anderson: 5.1
McAulay: 4.8
Wrolstad: 4.8
Steratore: 4.8
Allen: 4.6
Hochuli: 4.6
Boger: 4.4
Morelli : 4.4
Torbert : 4.2
Blakeman: 4.1
Hussey: 3.5



Vinovich’s games feature the second-fewest offensive holding calls per game:

Torbert : 3.2
Coleman: 3.1
Wrolstad: 3.1
Corrente: 3.1
Hussey : 2.9
McAulay: 2.9
Morelli : 2.9
Hochuli: 2.8
Cheffers: 2.6
Steratore: 2.6
Allen: 2.6
Anderson: 2.5
Parry: 2.4
Boger: 2.2
Triplette: 1.9
Vinovich: 1.8
Blakeman: 1.6

Under Vinovich, the Cowboys have won 2/6 of their coaches challenges compared to their opponents winning 2/5 coaches challenges. Additionally, Replay Assistant is 2/7 on challenges with only two of those rulings benefiting the Cowboys.

The Eagles are 0/2 when challenging Vinovich with the opposition going 1/4. Replay Assistant is 3/5 with two of those decisions favoring Philadelphia.

Vinovich has not only refereed a Super Bowl (Super Bowl XLIX), but also a NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament game in 2007 between Illinois and Virginia Tech.

Just before the ’07 season, a heart condition forced Vinovich to retire from being an on-field official and go upstairs and serve as Ed Hochuli’s replay official from 2007-11.


MISCELLANEOUS FACTS (17)

LeGarrette Blount leads the Eagles with 109 carries for 504 yards. Last season, through nine games, Ryan Mathews led the team with 95 carries and 396 yards.

Blount is tied with Washington’s Chris Thompson for the 10th-best yards per carry in the NFL at 4.6.

Jay Ajayi has the eighth-best rushing yards per game at 67.8.

The Eagles have seven total rushing touchdowns. Through nine games in 2016, Mathews had seven alone.

Zach Ertz had the third-most catches among tight ends with 43.

Ertz has the third-most receiving yards in the NFL among tight ends with 528.

Not is Ertz tied for the third-most receiving touchdowns with six, but he is first among tight ends in the NFL.

Nelson Agholor and Alshon Jeffery are tied for the eighth-most touchdowns in the NFL with five apiece.

Dez Bryant is tied for the sixth-most targets in the NFL with 83. However, he is tied for 21st in the NFL in catches with 42.

Bryant and Cole Beasley are tied for the eighth-most red zone touchdown receptions with four.

Jason Witten has the fifth-most receptions among tight ends with 42.

Witten has the eighth-most touchdowns among tight ends with three.

Witten has caught 80 first downs against the Eagles, the most against any opponent in his career.

Since 1982, the only Cowboy with more sacks through nine games than DeMarcus Lawrence’s 11.5 was DeMarcus Ware’s 13.0 in 2011.

Dallas is 4-3-1 on Nov. 19. Here are the results:

1961 – WAS, 28-28 – T
1967 – WAS, 20-27 – L
1972 – @PHI, 28-7 – W
1978 – NO, 27-7 – W
1989 – MIA, 14-17 – L
1995 – @Raiders, 34-21 – W
2000 – @Ravens, 0-27 – L
2006 – Colts, 21-14 – W

The Eagles are 5-5-1 on Nov. 19. Here are the results:

1933 – PIT, 25-6 – W
1939 – @CHI, 14-27 – L
1944 – NYG, 21-21 – T
1950 – Cardinals, 10-14 – L
1961 – @CLE, 24-45 – L
1967 – NO, 48-21 – W
1972 – DAL, 7-28 – L
1978 – @NYG, 19-17 – W
1989 – MIN, 10-9 – W
1995 – NYG, 28-19 – W
2000 – Cardinals, 34-9 – W
2006 – OTI, 13-31 – L

Dallas has no birthdays to celebrate or deaths to remember on Nov. 19.