The division crown and a playoff berth were on the line as the Eagles visited the Cowboys in the final game of the regular season. Dallas entered the final week with a playoff berth on the line for the third year in a row, and for the third year in a row they fell short, as the Eagles sealed the game on a late interception to win 24-22.
The NFC East and a playoff berth are on the line Sunday night, as the Philadelphia Eagles visit the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. This heated rivalry will bubble to a head on Sunday Night Football, as the Eagles look for their first division crown since 2010, while the Cowboys enter the final week of the season with the division title on the line for the third consecutive season, having lost the previous two.
The Eagles welcomed the Bears to Lincoln Financial Field Sunday night in a game that could've clinched the division for the Eagles had Washington not handed Dallas a game earlier in the day. While the game now had little meaning for the Eagles, it was apparent that no one had informed them, as they demolished the Bears, 54-11.
The Eagles welcome the Chicago Bears to Lincoln Financial Field Sunday night in a game packed with playoff implications for both squads. With Dallas and Green Bay both in action earlier in the day, both teams will know what will be needed to earn a playoff berth come game time. A Dallas loss in the afternoon would allow the Eagles to clinch the NFC East with a win over the Bears.
It was a trap game. We all knew it, whether we wanted to admit it or not. The Eagles traveled to Minnesota this afternoon to take on a struggling Vikings squad that was without All-Pro rusher Adrian Peterson, among others. Against a depleted Vikings squad the Eagles played down to their competition's level, dropping a crucial game 48-30.
The NFC East-leading Eagles head to Minnesota, as they face off against the 3-9-1 Vikings Sunday at 1 p.m. Coming off a 34-20 victory over the Lions in the Snow Bowl last week, the Eagles will look to notch their sixth consecutive win.
The snow hit Philadelphia much harder than anticipated this afternoon, as the Eagles faced off against the Detroit Lions. With sloppy play in abundance early, the Eagles trailed the Lions before kicking things into high gear in the fourth quarter. Behind a record performance from LeSean McCoy, the Eagles were able to take the Snow Bowl by a score of 34-20.
The Eagles welcome the Lions to Lincoln Financial Field at 1 p.m. Sunday, on what is supposed to be a blustery day to say the least. With both teams sitting at 7-5, this game comes packed with playoff implications. The Eagles will look to shut Calvin Johnson and the NFC North-leading Lions down as they go for their fifth consecutive win.
Philadelphia welcomed the Arizona Cardinals to Lincoln Financial Field needing to pick up a win to keep pace with Dallas in the NFC East. The Eagles did just that, as they held on late to escape with a 24-21 win and prove they were the superior ornithological team.