Dak Prescott and the Cowboys score three touchdowns in the first half against the Eagles.

Dak Prescott and the Cowboys score three touchdowns in the first half against the Eagles.

On their first drive on Sunday night, the Dallas Cowboys weren’t able to have said anything better about their game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Their first score came from a 75-yard pass from Dak Prescott to CeeDee Lamb, which made the score 7-0.

Five runs were just right, including a 22-yard reverse through wide receiver KaVontae Turpin that resulted in a third-down play and a Prescott sneak that didn’t need a tush push on another.

Prescott only missed one pass on the drive, but he finished it with his 27th touchdown of the season by walking, which is something he does all the time.

On third and 2, Prescott was able to get Lamb into the end zone by spinning out of the pocket. This was another third-down conversion. This season, the Cowboys have only scored a touchdown in their first drive three times.

With a touchdown catch in his fifth straight game, Lamb tied another No. 88 player in team history. Dez Bryant was the last Cowboy player to do that in 2013.

During the first half, the Cowboys stayed in charge and scored their third touchdown in the last minute before the teams went to the changing rooms. Dallas now leads 24-6 after Prescott’s one-yard pass to Michael Gallup.

The Dallas Cowboys tied the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC East with a 33-13 win at home on Sunday night.

Dak Prescott tossed for two scores, and Brandon Aubrey made five field goals to start his NFL career with a record 30 for 30.

Jalen Carter’s 42-yard fumble return for a score didn’t bother the Cowboys (10-3), who won their fifth straight game after losing to Philadelphia, giving the Eagles a two-game lead in the division.

The 10-3 Eagles lost three fumbles as well as didn’t score an offensive goal. Quarterback Jalen Hurts lost the first fumble, and the Eagles lost two straight games for their first time as October 2021.

The Cowboys currently have the upper hand because they have won more NFC East games than the Eagles. However, the Eagles would win the division title on later tiebreakers should they won their last four games.

With a kick from 60 yards late within the first quarter, Aubrey became the first kicker to make two kicks of at least 59 yards in the same game.

With his 59-yarder during the third, Aubrey beat Greg Zuerlein as well as Harrison Butker, who both had two from no less than 58 yards.

The 28-year-old rookie scored a 45-yard field goal in the fourth as well as another 50-yard field goal in the last two minutes, making it the NFL record for most perfect starts to a career.

Prescott had his seventh straight game with at least two touchdowns, which is the best streak of his career.

Cowboys coach McCarthy, Mike McCarthy, called plays from the sidelines, just four days after having an emergency appendectomy.

After Prescott’s touchdowns in the first half, Dallas’ offense slowed down. However, Aubrey’s last two field goals were set off by two big completions over first downs to tight man Jake Ferguson, like a hurdling play early in the fourth quarter.

During the third quarter, Prescott lost his grip on the ball while being hit by Fletcher Cox. Carter picked out the loose ball while ran untouched to pull the Eagles inside 24–13.

Philadelphia missed a chance to score on fourth-and-8 at the Dallas 30 yard line with two touchdowns down near the end of the third quarter.

There were no realistic hopes of a comeback after Stephen Gilmore got the open-field stop on DeVonta Smith. Smith later lost the third fumble for Philadelphia.

Dallas scored when CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup caught the ball. Rico Dowdle’s 1-yard plunge was called short at first, but the Cowboys challenged and it was overturned.

When head coach Mike McCarthy shook hands in Eagles coach Nicholas Sirianni after Dallas beat the Eagles 33–13 on Sunday, all he could do was smile. Without the loss, Philadelphia would have been in second place in the NFC East.

It was the Eagles’ defense that kept them from scoring. Rookie Jalen Carter’s 42-yard fumble return was their only score, and quarterback Dak Prescott passed for 271 yards in 24 of 39 attempts and two touchdowns.

Brandon Aubrey, a rookie kicker for the Cowboys, continued his record-setting streak of 30 straight field goals to start a career. The 28-year-old has now made all 30 of his tries in the league as well as was 4-for-3 on the night.

He had to work hard to do it against Philadelphia. He made throws from 45, 50, 59, and 60 yards. Aubrey made two field goals of 59 yards or longer in the same game, making him the first person in NFL history to do so.