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Key Coaching Decision #1: (PHL ball, trailing 9-6 / fourth-and-3, DAL 48 / 0:29 Q3)
• The Eagles go for it on fourth down and Carson Wentz hits Darren Sproles for a 25-yard gain to keep the drive alive. The drive ended with a field goal by Jake Elliott to tie the score.
Key Coaching Decision #2: (PHL ball, trailing 23-22 / extra-point attempt / 1:45 Q4)
• After a Darren Sproles touchdown reception Philadelphia decides to attempt the extra point instead of a two-point conversion. Jake Elliott splits the uprights to tie the game, but the Eagles offense never touched the ball again as the Cowboys won the game in overtime.
Key Coaching Decision #3: (DAL ball, tied 23-23 / fourth-and-1, PHL 19 / 4:01 OT)
• Jason Garrett goes for it on fourth down and Ezekiel Elliott plunges forward for the first down. Dak Prescott hits Amari Cooper three plays later for a 15-yard game-winning touchdown.
• Dallas had over 300 more yards of total offense than Philadelphia and had the ball for 23 minutes more than the Eagles. The Cowboys’ defense held the Eagles to 34 yards rushing and forced Carson Wentz into inaccurate throws for the majority of the game.
•Dak Prescott had three turnovers and had an up-and-down game, but still had over 450 yards passing and came through in the clutch with huge throws to Amari Cooper, who also had a monster game for Dallas as he finished with 217 yard receiving.
• Dallas is in control of the NFC East and has a two-game lead with three games left to play. The defending Super Bowl champion Eagles, on the other hand, are in big trouble when it comes to making the playoffs. They are technically still in the hunt, but they still have matchups with the Rams and Texans over the next three weeks.