PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- The Philadelphia Eagles lost to the Dallas Cowboys, 33-13, on Sunday night at AT&T Stadium, their second devastating loss in as many weeks as they head into the final stretch of the regular season.
The Eagles and Cowboys are now tied atop the NFC East at 10-3.
Eagles lose to Cowboys
The Philadelphia Eagles lost to the Dallas Cowboys, 33-13, on Sunday night at AT&T Stadium, their second devastating loss in as many weeks as they head into the final stretch of the regular season.
The Eagles and Cowboys are now tied atop the NFC East at 10-3.
As they have for most of the season, the Eagles started off extremely slow on offense and only recorded six points in the first half thanks to Jake Elliott's two field goals.
The Eagles didn't record an offensive touchdown in the game. The team's only touchdown came after Fletcher Cox strip-sacked Dak Prescott and rookie defensive tackle Jalen Carter scooped up the ball and ran it in for a score.
Jalen Hurts and the Eagles' offense coughed up three fumbles and each one was costly.
Hurts' fumble happened on the team's first drive after the Cowboys went up 7-0. Then, A.J. Brown also fumbled in the second half on the team's first drive in the third quarter. The final happened in the fourth quarter when DeVonta Smith fumbled after he made a big catch.
Hurts and the Eagles' offense simply weren't good enough to keep up with the Cowboys. Hurts completed 18 of his 27 passes for 197 yards, along with his fumble.
Meanwhile, Dak Prescott played lights out and tossed two touchdowns for 271 yards.
The Eagles will try to rebound next week against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football.
Aubrey boots another
Brandon Aubrey booted in a 45-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter to extend the Cowboys' lead to 30-13.
The Cowboys have only scored two field goals in the second half, but the problem is -- Philadelphia's offense isn't doing anything. They're not even scoring field goals.
Brandon Aubrey boots another FG
Brandon Aubrey hit his second field goal of the night, this time from 59 yards, to extend the Cowboys' lead to 27-13 midway through the third quarter.
The Eagles will have a chance to respond, but the team has yet to score an offensive touchdown so far.
Jalen Carter scores TD after Fletcher Cox strip sack
The Eagles have some life.
The Birds finally got to Dak Prescott as Fletcher Cox strip-sacked the Cowboys quarterback and Jalen Carter scooped it up and ran it in for a score to make it 24-13 early in the third quarter.
Now, the Eagles' offense will actually have to do..... something.
Another Eagles turnover
The Eagles once again turned the ball against the Cowboys on Sunday night.
A.J. Brown fumbled the ball after hauling in a pass from Jalen Hurts as the Eagles were about to cross midfield on their first drive in the third quarter. Stephon Gilmore forced and recovered the fumble for the Cowboys.
Luckily, the turnover didn't cost them. Dallas went three and out on the ensuing drive.
Reed Blankenship ruled out
Eagles safety Reed Blankenship has been ruled out for the game after he was being evaluated for a concussion, the team said. In the game, Blankenship had three tackles.
The injury will leave the Eagles thin at one of the weakest positions on their defense.
Cowboys lead Eagles at halftime
The Cowboys lead the Eagles, 24-6, at halftime.
Dak Prescott and the Cowboys have once again had success against the Eagles through the air. He's completed 14 of his 23 passes for 157 yards and two touchdowns -- one to CeeDee Lamb and another to Michael Gallup.
Rico Dowdle scored a touchdown on a 1-yard run midway through the second quarter.
So far, Philadelphia's offense hasn't been good enough to keep up with Dallas through two quarters.
Jalen Hurts' costly fumble deep in Dallas territory cost the Birds a chance to score touchdowns. He's completed 7 of his 12 passes for 92 yards and rushed four times for 28 yards.
DeVonta Smith leads the team in receiving with two catches for 39 yards, while A.J. Brown has a nearly statical stat line with two catches for 38 yards.
Jake Elliott, who's been consistent as ever all season, has booted in two field goals for the Birds. The first was from 52 yards out and the second was a 44-yard field goal.
Eagles safety Reed Blankenship left the game and is currently being evaluated for a concussion.
Elliott boots another FG
The Eagles haven't been able to find the end zone so far against the Cowboys. The team's slow starts have become all too common.
Elliott hit a 44-yard field goal to make it 17-6 after the offense stalled out deep in Dallas territory.
Hurts was sacked by Micah Parsons for a loss of 7 yards on second and 11, which pushed the Eagles back. Two plays later, Elliott booted in his second field goal of the night.
Rico Dowdle scores TD to extend Dallas' lead
Officials ruled Dallas running back Rico Dowdle's 1-yard run a touchdown after head coach Mike McCarthy challenged the play.
Initially, officials ruled Dowdle down at the 1-yard line. The score gives Dallas a 17-3 lead midway through the second quarter.
Eagles pull off fake punt, Jake Elliott hits FG
It appeared the Birds were about to punt the ball, but they had some trickery up their sleeve.
Braeden Mann tossed a 28-yard pass to wideout Olamide Zaccheaus on a fake punt on fourth and two from their own 33-yard-line.
Four plays later, Jake Elliott booted in a 52-yard field goal to put the Eagles on the board, 10-3.
On the play before Elliott's field goal, Hurts tossed a dime to A.J. Brown but he dropped the pass.
Dallas takes 10-0 lead
The Eagles' defense made some plays on their second drive, but Dallas took a 10-0 lead late in the first quarter after Brandon Aubrey's 60-yard field goal.
Eagles linebacker Nicholas Morrow and safety Kevin Byard each had pass deflections on the drive before Aubrey's field goal.
The Eagles will regain possession with just under a minute to go in the first quarter.
Hurts fumbles in Dallas territory
Entering the game, Jalen Hurts fumbled the ball four times and lost three of the, Well, you can add more to both of those categories.
Hurts coughed up the ball on a running play in the red zone midway through the first quarter against the Cowboys. Donovan Wilson recovered the ball for Dallas as the Cowboys now have a chance to go up by two scores.
Cowboys strike first
The Cowboys marched right down the field against the Eagles' defense to take an early lead in the first quarter.
CeeDee Lamb hauled in a 13-yard touchdown pass from Dak Prescott to give Dallas a 7-0 lead with 10:00 minutes left in the first quarter.
The drive went 75 yards in 10 plays in five minutes/