Not at all unusual for a team to win when they start a raw rookie after their starter either goes out with an injury or is benched.Also rooting that the Giants have caught lightening in a bottle.....lol
It's not over yet. I agree.
I remember years ago....a 10-0 Jets team went 0-6 down the stretch and didn't make the playoffs...if memory serves.
That was a big game for the Eagles...a draining game. They are ripe this week
It is hard to bring that intensity every week.
Also rooting that the Giants have caught lightening in a bottle.....lol
Seriously, I think the Cowboys have a great chance of winning out.It's not being a defeatist, it's being a realist when you look at the schedules, etc.
Even if we and the 49ers beat the Eagles, we'd still have to win out, which seems how likely?
True, but you don't want to have to depend on other teams losing so you can back into the playoffs or a division title or home field advantage.After the Niners blew us out, everybody said they are going to the SB. Nobody would have predicted they would lose 3 straight to the Browns, Vikings and the Bengals at that time. Anything can happen with 7 games left in the season.
Philly plays Arizona on New Year's Eve.https://www.nfl.com/standings/tie-breaking-procedures
Some good news. I'm not sure if this was posted but the 3rd tie breaker for division is common games.
Dallas lost to Arizona, who Philly does not play. Philly lost to NYJ who Dallas beat. If Dallas runs the table and Philly loses to SF, Dallas gets the division.