Is There No More Competition in the NFC East?

The Philadelphia Eagles secured a hard-fought victory against the Dallas Cowboys, improving their record to 8-1 and taking the lead in the NFC East.

The Cowboys came close to a dramatic comeback but fell just short, resulting in a 28-23 win for the Eagles.

Critical moments in the game, like a near-out-of-bounds step by Dak Prescott and a touchdown called back for the Cowboys, influenced the outcome.

The Eagles' win solidified their position as the number one team in the division and increased their chances of making it to the playoffs.

The Cowboys are currently 2.5 games behind the Eagles, making it challenging for them to catch up.

To tie with the Eagles, the Cowboys would need to win two more games while the Eagles would have to lose two.

If the Cowboys lose to the Eagles again, the tiebreaker would favor the Eagles in case of a tie.

A potential tiebreaker could also depend on their performance within the NFC East division.

The Eagles, led by quarterback Jalen Hurts, have been performing well this season, with strong statistics in passing and touchdowns.

The Cowboys' inconsistent performance and the current gap between the teams make it unlikely for the Cowboys to catch up, but surprises can always happen in sports.

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