Cowboys vs. Eagles final score, results: Dallas puts NFC on notice with wire-to-wire win over Philadelphia

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The chase for first-place in the NFC just got that much more interesting.

The Cowboys, captured a wire-to-wire victory over divisional rivals Philadelphia, outmatching the Eagles in all three facets of the game to conquer their foes, 33-13, in a result that brings Dallas level with Philly in the NFC East.

It was another impressive outing for Mike McCarthy’s squad. The Cowboys (10-3) were firing on all cylinders, piecing together strong showings from Dak Prescott, Jake Ferguson, Stephon Gilmore and Brandon Aubrey, among others, to blot their opposition’s influence. The Eagles (10-3) couldn’t answer, especially not as a torrent of points continued to stream from Prescott and Co.’s fingertips.

Prescott’s early-season cobwebs are increasingly proving a thing of the past. The star side-winder enjoyed another efficient performance, completing 24-of-39 passes for 271 yards and two touchdowns. He’s up to 28 scores on the year compared to just six interceptions. And as the year progresses, he figures to be one of the leading candidates for this season’s MVP honors.

He wasn’t alone, though. Ferguson and CeeDee Lamb were similarly vivacious. Ferguson strung together his second straight 70-plus yard showing, while Lamb did that thing he always seems to do: score touchdowns. Lamb netted a grab in the end zone for the fifth game consecutively.

Dallas’ defense was similarly effective, forcing fumbles not once, not twice, but three times to stifle Philly’s typically excellent attack. Aubrey’s excellence from the spot kick β€” he nailed four efforts from distance, three of which came from 50-plus yards β€” further added to the Birds’ dismay.

Simply put, it was a complete display from the Cowboys. Now, the race for the conference’s top prize (so far) gets that much tighter. Dallas, Philadelphia and San Francisco are all tied with the NFC’s best record while Detroit trails that mark by just one game.

The stakes don’t get much higher. Especially not at this time of the year.

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The Sporting News tracked live updates from Sunday’s clash at AT&T Stadium. Scroll below for highlights and results as all the action unfolded from Jerry World.

Cowboys vs. Eagles score

  Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Cowboys 10 14 3 6 33
Eagles 0 6 7 0 13

Cowboys vs. Eagles live updates, highlights from ‘Sunday Night Football’

(All times Eastern)

End of fourth quarter: Cowboys 33, Eagles 13

11:29 p.m.: FIELD GOAL! Aubrey has a golden leg. He once again sinks from distance, this time from 50 yards out. What a showcase.

Cowboys 33, Eagles 13

11:18 p.m.: Prescott airs the ball out once more, eluding the rampant Eagles pass rush to deliver an inch-perfect toss to Gallup along the sideline. 38 yards with ease. Dominant showing by the ‘Boys thus far.

11:13 p.m.: FUMBLE! Cowboys jar the ball loose from Smith as he attempts to paint brushstrokes across the turf. The ensuing scramble ends with Dallas grabbing hold onto the pigskin. This game is getting out of hand as the Cowboys pick up their third turnover of the match.

11:05 p.m.: FIELD GOAL! Aubrey from 45. Was there any doubt?

Cowboys 30, Eagles 13

11:03 p.m.: Bradberry makes more contact with Cooks, this time in the end zone. But it doesn’t draw a flag somehow. Eagles got away with one on third down. Aubrey and the field goal team stream onto the field to add to Dallas’ lead.

11:02 p.m.: Ferguson just did this. How?!

11:00 p.m.: Philadelphia just hasn’t been able to secure a game-changing stop. James Bradberry whistled for a pass interference on third down, extending Dallas’ drive. It’s just not happening for Philly today.

End of third quarter: Cowboys 27, Eagles 13

10:51 p.m.: TURNOVER ON DOWNS! On fourth-and-nine, Hurts finds Smith behind the first down marker. He’s unable to escape Stephon Gilmore’s wretched grasp as the Cowboys get the major stop!

10:48 p.m.: Philly opts to use Micah Parsons’ proclivity for the pass rush to its advantage, sending Goedert on a late route to pick up the first down. Nick Sirianni has to be appreciative that the Holy Trinity of pass-catching talent (Brown, Smith and Goedert) is back together again.

10:44 p.m.: FIELD GOAL! Aubrey sinks yet another lengthy one, this one from 59 yards out. He’s the first player in league history to hit two 59+ yarders in the same game.

Cowboys 27, Eagles 13

10:38 p.m.: Ferguson stretches every sinew to field Prescott’s effort. He then makes magic happen in the open field, leaving a few defenders askew before being brought down some 32 yards down the field! What a play by the tight end!

10:28 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN! Fletcher Cox brings down Prescott, sending the ball spiraling down the field. Jalen Carter retrieves the lost dog, taking it the length of the field to bag Philly’s first touchdown of the game!

Cowboys 24, Eagles 13

End of second quarter: Cowboys 24, Eagles 6

9:49 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN! Prescott. Michael Gallup. One-yard score. The Cowboys are in control of this one!

Cowboys 24, Eagles 6

9:36 p.m.: FIELD GOAL! Elliott hits his second effort of the day as Philadelphia gets a few precious points for its trouble.

Cowboys 17, Eagles 6

9:30 p.m.: A.J. Brown comes to life in the flat, evading his opposite number and fielding a precise Hurts throw on the sideline for a momentous 24-yard gain. Philly is rising!

9:24 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN! Rico Dowdle slips through the darkness to pierce the end zone from one yard out. Just what the doctor ordered if you’re a Dallas fan.

Cowboys 17, Eagles 3

9:21 p.m.: Prescott unloads, finding tight end Jake Ferguson for a 27-yard gain. The Cowboys are surging once more, galloping up the field with relentless vigor. Dallas is on the doorstep of yet another score.

9:09 p.m.: FIELD GOAL! Mann’s throw proves effective as the Eagles get on the board with a 52-yarder courtesy of Jake Elliott.

Cowboys 10, Eagles 3

9:07 p.m.: What a play! The Eagles conjure up a dream, mystifying the Cowboys’ punt return team with a fake boot. Braden Mann fires a dart to Olamide Zaccheus for the first, stunning the Dallas’ faithful.

End of first quarter: Cowboys 10, Eagles 0

8:58 p.m.: FIELD GOAL! Brandon Aubrey sinks from 60 (!!!) yards as Dallas extends its lead to 10!

Cowboys 10, Eagles 0

8:48 p.m.: Prescott finds Lamb for a 26-yard gain! Dallas’ No. 1 receiver is fit and firing through the opening 12 minutes of tonight’s clash.

8:43 p.m.: FUMBLE! Hurts raced into the heart of Dallas’ defense and looked poised to make something happen. However, he was subsequently stripped by Donovan Wilson while being brought down to the turf. The Cowboys jumped on the ball and stifle any chance of a Philadelphia score!

8:41 p.m.: Jalen Hurts steps up in the pocket and fires an arrow to DeVonta Smith as Philly treks deep into Cowboys territory!

8:34 p.m.: Dallas Goedert back in the lineup for this one. He should prove a welcome addition to this Philadelphia offense which can prove so expansive at times.

8:30 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN! Prescott hits CeeDee Lamb after a quick scamper as Dallas opens up the scoring in this one. Cowboys looking about as explosive as ever to start.

Cowboys 7, Eagles 0

8:27 p.m.: Prescott dives through the pile for first down from third-and-short. Cowboys are frolicking deep into Eagles territory.

8:25 p.m.: Turpin struts around the bend en route to a 22-yard gain. Strong start to the game for Dallas, which adds to its riches with another lengthy gain courtesy of Troy Pollard on the ensuing play.

8:20 p.m.: And we’re off from Arlington! KaVontae Turpin takes the kickoff 30 yards to Dallas’ 25 to start. Dak Prescott and the Cowboys trot onto the field hoping to make sparks fly.

8:00 p.m.: Can’t go wrong with an OutKast reference, can you? Cowboys-Eagles kicks off in 15 minutes.

7:35 p.m.: Would’ve expected a bigger name to provide this promo but I digress. No matter, though. Shoutout Wizards of Waverly Place, man!!

7:25 p.m.: What a promo by Bryce Harper and the NBC Sports team. This rivalry just means more, I guess.

7:00 p.m.: Here are the inactive lists for Dallas and Philadelphia, respectively. Lots of firepower up and running for tonight’s contest, it seems.

6:30 p.m.: Shaq Leonard is in the building! The newly-minted Eagle is gearing up for his first game in green-and-white. He’ll face quite the test in the Cowboys, who have flexed their sizable offensive might to the tune of 119 points in the last three games.

What channel is Cowboys vs. Eagles on today?

  • TV channel: NBC (U.S.) | TSN 1/4 (Canada)
  • Live stream: Peacock, Fubo (U.S.) | DAZN (Canada)

Per usual, this week’s edition of ‘Sunday Night Football’ will be broadcast on NBC. Cris Collinsworth (color analyst) returns to the fore, joining lead broadcaster Mike Tirico and sideline reporter Melissa Stark.

Cord-cutters can find the action on Peacock or Fubo, which offers a free trial. 

Viewers in Canada can watch on DAZN, which carries every NFL game, or on TSN 1/4.

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