Passing Yards: 270.3 yards (8th)
Rushing Yards: 124.5 yards (7th)
Opponent Passing Yards: 258.1 yards (26th)
Opponent Rushing Yards: 113.8 yards (18th)
Mark Sanchez was 10-for-20 for 96 yards with two touchdowns and one interception Sunday against the Seahawks. He was also sacked three times for 14 yards. Sanchez was efficient on Thanksgiving in Dallas going 20-for-29 for 217 yards and a touchdown while keeping the Eagles offense in a rhythm. Sanchez also ran seven times for 28 yards and a touchdown that got the Eagles on the board.
LeSean McCoy was bottled up against the Seahawks rushing 17 times for 50 yards but broke Wilbert Montgomery's franchise rushing record. McCoy had his best game of the year against the Cowboys rushing 25 times for a season-high 159 yards and a touchdown. Chris Polk rush 11 times for 49 yards and Darren Sproles rushed once for 13 yards and caught three passes for 19 yards.
Jordan Matthews led the Eagles receivers with 23 yards on two receptions once again. Jeremy Maclin caught three passes for 21 yards with a touchdown and Riley Cooper got into the mix with three catches for 13 yards in the win. Maclin had a big game on Thanksgiving catching eight passes for 108 yards and going over 1,000 yards receiving for the season for the first time in his career. Matthews continued to be a favorite of Sanchez's as he caught four passes for 51 yards and a touchdown against Dallas. Matthews has had a breakout year with Sanchez under center.
Zach Ertz was the Eagles leading receiver against Seattle catching two passes for 39 yards, including a 35-yard touchdown grab. Brent Celek was the only Eagles tight end to catch a pass on Thanksgiving with one reception for seven yards.
The offensive line left to right is Jason Peters, Evan Mathis, Jason Kelce, Andrew Gardner and Lane Johnson.
Fletcher Cox was a monster again against the Seahawks recording a team-high 11 tackles and one tackle for a loss. Cox had four tackles, two for a loss, and one sack while disrupting the Cowboys offense in the backfield on Thanksgiving. Cedric Thronton had three tackles and one for a loss while nose tackle Bennie Logan made four tackles on Sunday.
Inside linebacker Mychal Kendricks led the Eagles, along with Cox, with 11 tackles, including one for a loss, on Sunday. Casey Matthews played well against Seattle recording nine total tackles, four solo.
Outside linebacker Connor Barwin recorded six tackles and a sack against Russell Wilson. Vinny Curry picked up his eight sack of the season against Seattle. Brandon Graham had a strong game for the Eagles with four tackles and a sack against Dallas while Curry posted a sack of his own. Barwin had four tackles while Trent Cole had three and a quarterback hit on Tony Romo.
The Eagles cornerbacks didn't play poorly against the Seahawks despite Wilson's gaudy offensive numbers. Bradley Fletcher was flagged for a questionable defensive pass interference that led to points for the Seahawks. Fletcher recorded two tackles and one pass defended. Cary Williams recorded three tackles.
Safety Malcolm Jenkins recorded five tackles and one pass defended. After a hot start to the season, Jenkins has been not been the same impact player. Nate Allen also recorded five tackles.
Cody Parkey did not attempt a field goal but hit both of his extra point attempts. He had been nursing a sore groin but was a full participant in Eagles practice by Thursday. Donnie Jones punted eight times for 43.9 yards per punt against Seattle. Josh Huff averaged 31.0 yards per kick return on Sunday.
Passing Yards: 229.7 yards (18th)
Rushing Yards: 149.1 yards (3rd)
Opponent Passing Yards: 251.9 yards (25th)
Opponent Rushing Yards: 113.1 yards (17th)
Tony Romo was 21-for-26 for 205 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions last Thursday night against the Bears. Against the Eagles two weeks ago, he only threw for 199 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions.
DeMarco Murray is coming off his best game of the season against Chicago rushing for 179 yards and a touchdown. The NFL's leading rusher was held to a season-low 73 rushing yards on Thanksgiving.
Dez Bryant caught six passes for 82 yards against the Bears. He has 1,034 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns on the season. Slot receiver Cole Beasley caught three passes for 42 yards and two touchdowns against the Bears and he had four receptions for 41 yards against the Eagles two weeks ago.
Jason Witten caught two passes for 26 yards. He is the team's second leading receiver pulling in 495 yards on 46 receptions and four touchdowns. Gavin Escobar only has nine receptions for 105 yards on the season but has four touchdowns.
The success of the Dallas run game is in large part to their sound offensive line. Trent Williams anchors the left side at the tackle position with left guard Ronald Leary next to him. Travis Frederick is the center with rookie right guard Zack Martin and veteran right tackle Doug Free anchoring the right side.
The Cowboys play a base 4-3 defense. George Selvie has two sacks as the left defensive end and Jeremy Mincey has three sacks at the right defensive end position. Defensive tackle Henry Melton leads the Cowboys with five sacks on the season. Nick Hayden, who has 31 tackles on the year, is the other defensive tackle.
Middle linebacker Rolando McClain is second on the team with 72 tackles. He also has a sack and two interceptions on the season. Bruce Carter is the strongside linebacker with 47 tackles, one sack and two interceptions. Anthony Hitchens has 61 tackles and two passes defended as the weakside linebacker.
Orlando Scandrick and Brandon Carr are the cornerbacks for the Cowboys. Scandrick has two interceptions, one forced fumble and 45 tackles on the season. Carr has 43 tackles and six passes defended but no picks.
The Dallas safeties are Barry Church and J.J. Wilcox. Church leads the team with 78 tackles and also has two interceptions, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. Wilcox is third on the team in tackles with 63 and he has an interception and fumble recovery of his own.
Dan Bailey is 21-for-24 on field goal opportunities this season with a long of 56 yards and going 5-for-6 from beyond 50 yards. Punter Chris Jones is averaging 46.0 yards on 46 punts this season. Dwayne Harris is the return man.