The Philadelphia Eagles week 11 game of the 2017 NFL season is now in the books! This team still has the best record in the NFL at 9-1, still undefeated in the NFC and NFC East! After winning eight straight games, this week, the Eagles beat the Dallas Cowboys in their house 37-9. While this game was certainly a tale of two halves, the Eagles took control, used momentum and dominated Dallas on both sides of the ball. Without their kicker, Jake Elliott who left the game with a concussion, the Eagles still had no problems converting on 4th-down and kicking the ball on kickoffs. Carson Wentz didn’t put up amazing numbers or stats, but he wasn’t burdened with placing this game entirely on his shoulders as we’ve seen in the past. The run game dominated on offense as well as the offensive line as they blocked their way to victory. Defensively, the Eagles produced four turnovers – 3 interceptions and a Dak Prescott fumble recovery for a touchdown. Jim Schwartz’s defense didn’t rest the entire game. As always, we gave our analysis and takeaways from the game. We also got into the team stats, box score and graded the positions and coaches.
by Jeff Warren