Cowboys vs. Eagles final score, results: Dallas crushes Philly on record-setting night – Sporting News

Cowboys vs. Eagles final score, results: Dallas crushes Philly on record-setting night – Sporting News

Cowboys vs. Eagles final score, results: Dallas crushes Philly on record-setting night – Sporting News

The Cowboys showed up in a big way Saturday night, beating the Eagles 51-26 in their final game of the 2021 regular season. The 51 points were the second-most put up by Dallas against the Eagles in the history of the series and the most scored by the franchise in Philadelphia.
Both teams set records in this game. The Cowboys set the NFL mark for most touchdown scorers in a season with 22. Corey Clement, Ito Smith and JaQuan Hardy completed the list with their first TDs of the season. Cedrick Wilson and Dalton Schultz each scored twice.   
Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott set a franchise record for touchdown passes in a season with his 37th, surpassing Tony Romo. Prescott sat out the remainder of the game after setting the record at the beginning fourth quarter, with Cooper Rush taking over. It was surprising to fans how long coach Mike McCarthy kept his starting quarterback in the game.
Jalen Hurts was one of 16 Eagles starters out Saturday, but his backup, Gardner Minshew, still led the offense on three touchdown drives. Minshew completed 19 of 33 attempts for 186 yards. 
Eagles rookie wide receiver DeVonta Smith played all of the first quarter and the beginning of the second quarter to earn just enough yards to set the franchise’s rookie record for receiving yards in a season (916). Eagles center Jason Kelce played just the first snap to extend his streak of consecutive starts to 122.
The Cowboys (12-5) can finish as high as the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs, but in order for that to happen, they’ll need the Rams, Cardinals and Buccaneers to all lose Sunday. If the Rams lose, the Cowboys will move up to the third seed.
The Eagles’ loss keeps them as the seventh seed in the NFC. Philadelphia (9-8) went 0-7 against teams with winning records this season.
Sporting News tracked live scoring updates and highlights from Cowboys vs. Eagles on Saturday night. Read below for complete results from the NFL Week 18 game.
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(All times Eastern.)
End of fourth quarter: Cowboys 51, Eagles 26
11:13 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, EAGLES. Watkins runs in a 36-yard touchdown with just under two minutes left of the game. The Eagles went for the two-point conversion, but Minshew was sacked on the attempt.  Cowboys 51, Eagles 26.
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11:04 p.m. — On 4th-&-1, Gainwell rushes three yards for the Eagles first down. It’s their first first down of the quarter.
10:57 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, COWBOYS. JaQuan Hardy runs 22 yards for his first touchdown this season. Cowboys 51, Eagles 20.
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10:55 p.m. — INTERCEPTION, COWBOYS. The Cowboys complete the first turnover of the game after Leighton Vander Esch intercepts the ball at the Eagles’ 33-yard line. He then rushed seven yards.
lve comes up with dallas’ 26th interception of the season pic.twitter.com/zSWQ8o2jyW
10:51 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, COWBOYS. Ito Smith runs four yards to score a touchdown to give the Cowboys an even more comfortable lead in the fourth quarter. After not scoring in the third quarter, the Cowboys score two touchdowns within five minutes of the fourth quarter.  Cowboys 44, Eagles 20.
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Ito Smith became the 21st player to score a touchdown this season for the Cowboys, which ties an NFL record for the most players to reach the end zone in a single season – 1987 LA Rams, 2000 Denver Broncos and the 2007 New England Patriots.
10:49 p.m. — Clement runs 38 yards for a huge Cowboys first down. The Cowboys are already on the Eagles’ 12-yard line.
That 38-yard run was the longest of Corey Clement’s career.
10:47 p.m. — Cooper Rush steps in as the quarterback after Prescott is sidelined for the remainder of the game to rest up for the playoffs.
10:45 p.m. — The Eagles go three-and-out after Minshew is sacked by Tarell Basham for a loss of nine yards on third down. 
10:40 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, COWBOYS. Corey Clement catches a pass from Prescott and rushes in the end zone for a touchdown. With this touchdown pass, Prescott takes the lead for the most touchdown passes made by a Cowboy in a season. Cowboys 37, Eagles 20.
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10:37 p.m. — The Cowboys go for the fourth down, advancing three yards for the first down. They are now set up for 1st-&-Goal on the Eagles’ 8-yard line.
End of third quarter: Cowboys 30, Eagles 20
10:28 p.m. — Wilson catches a 37-yard pass, adding to his 119 total for the night. This puts the Cowboys on the Eagles’ 31-yard line.
10:20 p.m. — FIELD GOAL, EAGLES. After three incompletions in a row, the Eagles settle for a field goal to end their 14-play drive. Cowboys 30, Eagles 20.
10:12 p.m. — Huntley runs 13 yards on third down to keep the Eagles’ drive alive. He completes the first first down of the second half.
The #Eagles have 120+ rushing yards with Kenny Gainwell and Jason Huntley as the primary ball carriers and a second-team offensive line.
10:07 p.m. — During the punt return, Eagles Tay Gowan was flagged for an illegal block above the waist. The 10-yard penalty will be enforced at the Eagles’ 33-yard line. 
10:05 p.m. — The Cowboys start the second half going three-and-out, which is their first scoreless drive of the game. 
End of second quarter: Cowboys 30, Eagles 17
9:45 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, COWBOYS. Schultz catches a nine-yard pass for his second touchdown of the game. The scoring drive is thanks in part to the Eagles’ 22-yard punt. The Cowboys’ scoring drive takes 26 seconds, giving them a two-possession lead heading into halftime. Cowboys 30, Eagles 17.
4️⃣ touchdown passes for No. 4️⃣!

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9:43 p.m. — Wilson continues to have a stellar night, now catching a 28-yard pass from Prescott to put the Cowboys on the Eagles’ 15-yard line with 18 seconds left.
9:40 p.m. — Minshew is sacked by Demarcus Lawrence for a loss of 13 yards on third down. The Eagles lose the ball with 31 seconds left in the first half.
9:34 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, COWBOYS . Dalton Schultz catches a 2-yard touchdown pass from Prescott to put the Cowboys back on top. Zuerlein misses the extra point, though. This was his sixth missed extra point this season.  Cowboys 23, Eagles 17.
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9:33 p.m. — Cooper catches a 26-yard pass from Prescott on the 2-yard line. This sets the Cowboys up for a scoring play.
9:29 p.m. — Elliott runs 26 yards to put the Cowboys in Eagles territory.
9:24 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, EAGLES. After rushing 18 yards to set the Eagles up for 1st-&-Goal, Gainwell runs seven yards two plays later to score an Eagles touchdown. The game is tied for the third time. Eagles 17, Cowboys 17.
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9:19 p.m. — Jason Huntley runs 18 yards to give the Eagles another first down. This run is Huntley’s best of his career.
Huntley 18-yd rush #Cowboys 17 #Eagles 10 Q2 pic.twitter.com/fJIRRRasgF
9:18 p.m. — Quez Watkins advances a total of 22 yards after catching a pass from Minshew. It’s Watkins’ first completion of the night.
9:12 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, COWBOYS. Wilson scores his second touchdown of the night, this time catching a 24-yard pass from Prescott right in front of the end zone. The Cowboys go back on top. Cowboys 17, Eagles 10.
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9:10 p.m. — The Eagles challenged a play by Ezekiel Elliott after it appeared he could’ve lost possession of the ball. The challenge ruled in favor of the Cowboys.
9:05 p.m. — CeeDee Lamb catches a pass from Prescott and runs a few yards for a 31-yard play. This play put the Cowboys on the Eagles’ 43-yard line.
8️⃣8️⃣ with the hands.

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8:59 p.m. — FIELD GOAL, EAGLES. The game is tied again after kicker Jake Elliott makes a 38-yard field goal. Eagles 10, Cowboys 10.
8:58 p.m. — The Eagles lose eight yards after Kenneth Gainwell is tackled with the ball on the 21-yard line.. This moves the Eagles to a 3rd-&-17 play.
On 2nd & 9, Minshew to Gainwell loses 8-yds TFL Gallimore #Cowboys 10 #Eagles 7 Q2 pic.twitter.com/chUS65193l
8:56 p.m. — Donovan Wilson was flagged for roughing the passer, which results in a 14-yard penalty. The Eagles move up to the Cowboys’ 14-yard line and earn an automatic first down.
End of first quarter: Cowboys 10, Eagles 7
8:50 p.m. — Smith catches a 12-yard pass from Minshew to get an Eagles first down. With that catch, Smith tied the Eagles rookie record for yards. On the next play, Smith caught a four-yard pass to break the Eagles record.
. @DeVontaSmith_6 is a technician with the routes. #FlyEaglesFly

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Eagles WR DeVonta Smith is now up to 916 receiving yards this season, the most by any rookie in franchise history.
8:46 p.m. — FIELD GOAL, COWBOYS. After Prescott is sacked, followed by three incomplete passes, the Cowboys settle for a 48-yard field goal made by kicker Greg Zuerlein. This gives the Cowboys the lead.  Cowboys 10, Eagles 7.
8:43 p.m. — Amari Cooper completes the longest play of the game so far, catching a pass from Prescott and running a few yards for a total of 29 yards. The Cowboys are already on the Eagles’ 27-yard line after the first play of the drive.
Cowboys WR Amari Cooper on Wednesday: “We have some plays in this week that I’m a big part of. Hopefully, I can take advantage of the opportunity that’s been given to me.”

Cooper so far: three targets, three catches, 46 yards.
8:40 p.m. — The Eagles go three-and-out on their second drive. Minshew was sacked on the first play, but the Eagles did not lose any yards.
8:33 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, COWBOYS. Wilson runs the ball in the end zone for a 15-yard touchdown to tie up the game. Cowboys 7, Eagles 7.
Dak’s got @cedwilson95 for 6️⃣.

10-play scoring drive for the #DallasCowboys to make it a 7-7 game.

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8:28 p.m. — Cedrick Wilson completes a 16-yard catch from Dak Prescott to give the Cowboys their first first down of the night.
8:23 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, EAGLES. Tyree Jackson completes his first catch in his NFL career and runs three yards for an Eagles touchdown. The Eagles’ first drive lasts five minutes and 19 seconds. Eagles 7, Cowboys 0.
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8:18 p.m. — Minshew completes a 26-yard pass to rookie DeVonta Smith. This play puts the Eagles on the Cowboys’ 49-yard line.
Minshew Magic?

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8:16 p.m. — Gardner Minshew and the Eagles offense take the field to start the game. 
The Cowboys vs. Eagles game will kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. This matchup will be the second game in ESPN’s “Monday Night Football Doubleheader Saturday.”
Cowboys vs. Eagles will be broadcast on ABC and ESPN with announcers Steve Levy, Brian Griese and Louis Riddick in the booth and Lisa Salters reporting from the sidelines.
You can also stream the game live online with fuboTV, which offers a free trial .
National telecasts are in bold.

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