Two of the top teams in the NFC — and two fierce division rivals — face off again in Week 14.
In that game, Jalen Hurts powered through a knee injury to go 17-of-23 passing for 207 passing yards and three total touchdowns. Dak Prescott went 29-of-44 for 374 yards and three touchdowns through the air. CeeDee Lamb had 11 catches for 191 yards and lost a fumble.
Last week, the Eagles snapped their league-high, five-game win streak in a 42-19 smacking at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers. The defense allowed six touchdowns, including three by Deebo Samuel.
This week, Philadelphia signed linebacker Shaquille Leonard after he was let go by the Indianapolis Colts.
The Cowboys are now on a four-game win streak after beating the Seattle Seahawks 41-35 last week. They have scored 30 or more points in all but one of their victories this season. Prescott threw three touchdowns and Lamb had another 100-yard game, his sixth of the season.
Will the Eagles get their first win in Dallas since 2017? Or will the Cowboys hold their ground at home?
Cowboys vs. Eagles odds, moneyline, over/under
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Spread: Cowboys (-3.5)
Moneyline: Cowboys (-175); Eagles (+145)
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NFL Week 14 odds, predictions and picks
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Lorenzo Reyes: Eagles 21, Cowboys 17
Although it’s clear the Eagles are flawed, I have a hard time seeing Philly dropping two in a row. And while Dak Prescott is playing out of his mind, the Cowboys' rushing attack has underwhelmed and the defense yielded a lot of explosive plays last week against the Seahawks. Either way, I think this one is close.
Tyler Dragon: Eagles 28, Cowboys 26
The Eagles have a sour taste in their mouth after getting demolished at home against the 49ers. A win versus the Cowboys would be a good remedy. Jalen Hurts has 16 career games with both a passing touchdown and a rushing touchdown. The Cowboys have a four-game stretch against Philadelphia, Buffalo, Miami and Detroit. We’ll find out who the Cowboys are in December.
Safid Deen: Eagles 30, Cowboys 26
Dak Prescott and the Cowboys have been on a roll, but the toughest team they’ve beaten so far this season is the Seahawks. They’ll lose at home, and lose the NFC East to the Eagles, who will be geared up after their loss to the 49ers last week.
Victoria Hernandez: Cowboys 30, Eagles 28
All of the Eagles' dirty laundry was on display last week in a crushing home loss to the 49ers. They don't get a chance to collect themselves and recover as they head to Dallas, where they haven't won since 2017. Philadelphia won the first matchup, and the Cowboys did get a bit of a scare last week, but Dak Prescott and CeeDee Lamb will connect for another big win.
Jordan Mendoza: Eagles 31, Cowboys 30
These two played a thriller last month and it’ll be another great game for all watching. Philadelphia was embarrassed by San Francisco, while Dak Prescott is continuing to play at an elite level. The offense will be all over the field in this one, but the Eagles prevail as they have proven they can win these close games.
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