SNF Highlights: Eagles 24 – Cowboys 22

12/30/2013

Lane Johnson, Brandon Boykin, Kurt Coleman, Jason PetersARLINGTON, TX – The Philadelphia Eagles have gone from worst to first, winning the NFC East and earning a playoff berth with a 24-22 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night.

The Eagles went 4-12 in 2012, but finished 10-6 in head coach Chip Kelly’s first year in town to set up a Wild Card round game against the New Orleans Saints next Saturday night in Philadelphia.

For the Cowboys, it was the third straight year they came up short in a winner-take-all game on the final night of the season. Dallas finished 8-8 for the third straight year.

Kevin Kugler and James Lofton called the action on WestwoodOne Sports.

(LeSean McCoy’s TD catch gives the Eagles a 10-0 lead)

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(Gavin Escobar hurdles into the end zone for a Dallas TD)

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(Brent Celek’s TD grab makes it 17-7 Eagles)

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(Bryce Brown’s TD run puts Philly up 24-16)

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(Dez Bryant’s catch-and-run TD brings the Cowboys to within 24-22)

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(Brandon Boykin’s interception seals a division title for Philadelphia)

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(The final call as the Eagles win the NFC East)

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(Mychal Kendricks’ postgame interview with WestwoodOne sideline reporter Hub Arkush)

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(Postgame recap from Kevin Kugler and James Lofton)

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