By Marcus Hayes
Marcus Hayes The Dallas Morning News
Philadelphia Daily News (MCT)
Published: 03 December 2012 08:46 PM
ARLINGTON, Texas -- After weeks of searching, the Eagles finally found an opponent that cared as little about a football game as them.
The host Cowboys, in the thick of a pathetic NFC playoff race, did not allow the import of the night's contest to influence their generally listless effort. They won, 38-33; but, really, there were few reasons to be impressed.
The crime in all of this is that the Cowboys have more than a legitimate shot at winning the NFC East. The Giants stood only two games ahead of them, and the Redskins were tied with them for second place.
The Cowboys had a chance to save their coach Jason Garrett's job. A chance to make themselves relevant. A chance to make something good of a decent season from Romo, their embattled quarterback.
[View Full Quote]Then again, maybe the Cowboys were aware of all of those incentives.
The Eagles entered with every excuse for playing like zombies.
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